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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
A little figure to the pile side.
And with my blonde horn scaled pruner handled A. Wright!
Thank you Dwight. @Jack Black should be credited for the answers being offered here. It’s a “Sheldon knife” friction folder. A basic tradesman’s knife with some sort of composite material. Jack has mentioned the material, but it escapes me now, as well as the “Current”Tang stamp., which is either the factory or the shop. It’s also stamped Albert Oates.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Always up for one of your Lambsfoot history lessons, and the images accompanying them.
Good Evening Guardians
I hope it's a sweet one for all of you...
Very nice Ben. Love the pile side especially.
Thanks Harvey. Perhaps gumfuddy or bexoid?
Oops! Double post!
Celebrating my birthday early with family. My grandfather gave me a doozy of a present. A Pre-64 Winchester model 88 in 308 Winchester!!! He bought the gun in 1960 for $65. Shot a lot of black tails with it.
WOWOWZZaaa! Happy Birthday Taylor! What a gorgeous piece of fire power my friend.
Happy early birthday, Taylor.
Goodnight my friends
Well, Happy Birthday, Taylor!
Was shooting my Sako .243 Winchester myself today. .308 is a great calibre.
Happy early birthday Taylor! That’s a beautiful ole 88! What a priceless heirloom!
Happy early Birthday, Taylor. What a nice thoughtful and meaningful present.
Gets no better than that Taylor Have a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Have a glorious Sunday, Guardians!
I’ve got quite a busy weekend on, so I’ll have to catch up with a proper post and acknowledgments later. There’s been some interesting conversational points raised too about the construction of these knives.
For the moment, I’d just like to file a report with GT @5K Qs that my pastie investigations are progressing well.
(But my photo framing ability is apparently deteriorating!)
Mah knife did the slicing honours. These are from two of the four bakeries in my small country town - a meat Cornish pastie, and a more modern, square shaped Aussie vegetable pastie.
Although the vegetable pastie appeared to just be carrots, onion and potato, I preferred it, as the ingredients tasted like they were made from fresh vegetables, rather than a frozen premix.
Ol’ Reliable handled the cutting chores with aplomb.
LOL, yep my first one was free as well!
How did I end up with 9 Lambsfoot knives?!!
Enjoying a Bavarian brew with my Hartshead on hand, before checking out a Finnegans Wake reading group in Melbourne, I was invited to.
I apologize for posting this again but @Jack Black asked what the cover material was on this I.XL is . It is rosewood and a very nice rosewood.