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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Looks great... Nice job.
Fantastic job, Jeff! It's no wonder you like it. Thanks so much for sharing the before and after shots.
And kudos to Chin for sharing the know-how. Yet another example of the tremendous exchange of information in this thread.
It started with one.
Soon there were two.
Three was enough:
I declared myself through.
But then there were four.
Five and six came this year.
I must hold fast,
Or it'll be seven, I fear!
Was under the weather the past couple days if I missed any comments thank you ever so much.
Me either David when I was a boy maybe 1or 2 small twisters all summer. The weather is changing we've had 18 so far this summer.
I believe your right if the lambsfoot was available in the farm stores here years ago I'm pretty sure we would have some real treasures to be found.
Glad your felling better, Dave.
Hope you are feeling better, and look after your self. Take it easy till you come good.
Thank you, fellas.
One is too many, and one hundred is not enough!!!
Welcome to the club! That looks like a fine example of a Lambsfoot to me.
That cupcake looks a little smaller in this picture for some reason???
That ebony Waynorth looks great, GEC really did a great job!
Looks great, Jeff.
You got me wondering where the black down in the groves comes from. Is it natural? Is it burned?
I had to go make a snack!
Nice collection, anyone would gladly like to have any one of those.
Thank you Ron
Yes indeed BLACKKKKK!
Great post John.
Thank you Matt.
What on earth were you thinking???????
Pass the ice cold goat's milk please... and a fork.
Beautiful grain Vince.
Thank you Jack.
I love the volkswagen themed knife shots. Huge fan of the old ones. Especially the vans.
Wow! That is fantastic results!
I had forgotten how beautiful Lucy is. Happy hunting tomorrow Jack!
Beautiful shot of a dynamic duo Dave. Sorry to hear you've been ill. Hope you get better right away.
Jeff that looks great! A big improvement in color match!
Jack that's a great photo of Lucy! I hope you two have a great visit to the market!
Very nice Dave! Two beautiful Sambar Sweeties!
Yes indeed BLACKKKKK! AGREED! Beautiful Stag Dwight!
Thanks, Ron courtesy of our friend Jack.
I do believe your winning the Hartshead Patina Contest.