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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Great clip! I'd completely forgotten about that!
I watched it recently, and it made me laugh just as much as when I first saw it! That's actually the guy who played Grossberger singing
"Das right, we bad!"
Thanks for the compliments Jack! That's a great bucket Jack!
Thank you Mark!
Thanks David! Great photos as usual!
Thanks Harvey! My daughter has only had Maggie about a month. Maggie is deaf from birth and that presents some challenges, but she is a sweetie.
Linus has been hanging out with my Ashely's Choice today. They seem to get along quite well. I know all my flock will hate to see Linus go when he leaves.
Is that a paint chip between the knives, Ron?
(Just kidding--I love Tennessee!)
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Cheers!
Here is the Guardian of my Lambsfoot!
Great pics Leslie
I'll bet you he is your Guardian as well. Beautiful dog.
The pub visit was a great success. Admittedly, Braggots are not a style of beverage that I have much experience with so it was very nice to experience something different and I ended up enjoying the brews immensely. Of the ales that were available on tap, I ended up enjoying their Red Ale the most.
Here is a bit of info on it:
I liked it so much, I brought a couple growlers full home with me and opted to fill my horn again to properly kick off the weekend.
And of course, I had to have a proper smoke as well.
Great read! Thank you for sharing.
WCLF with my trusty Streamlight.
When I ordered said knife, it was along with quite a few others, all in stag. I received a hand written note from a very nice gentleman named Paul Iseard (I'd make a wild guess that you know him Jack) and he told me that he had personally selected the gnarliest stag for me. A few were actually really nice, but honestly, none were anything close to sambar stag. With that said, I'd have to agree 100% that most people will get a whitish brown scratchy looking handle of they order the stag models. I've heard the saying that no stag is bad stag but there is definitely the stag that is a sight to behold and then theres the scratchy looking stuff.
Really disappointing to hear about the horn.
This one will NOT be receiving the polishing treatment!
An uncommon fellow here. I want to see your cup holder. Pretty fine kit!
Looks like a great way to start the weekend Dylan Very interesting to read about the Braggots, a style of beer I wasn't aware of. Thanks for the info my friend, fantastic pics
Looking good Mr Pink
Personally, I am not a fan of the Pere David stag, some of it looks 'OK', but with most of it, I'd just rather have something else (ie a different cover material). Unfortunately, the cutler won't just use the best pieces, they'll use all the stag they have, however featureless and uninteresting it is. I think folks just have to take that into account if they decide to order one of the stag models. They're not going to get anything remotely like the photos on the website (which are incredibly misleading), they're not even going to get that type of stag.
Glad you're pleased with your Hartshead Barlow Steve Of course that is vintage Sambar stag, and the supply of that, even for SFOs, seems to be exhausted I'm afraid
I do know Paul Iseard Steve
Morning Guardians, the weather is still rotten here, so I'm going out for lunch, and then to see The Irishman at one of those fancy cinemas with sofas and table service. Thought I'd be best served by my AC Hope everyone has a great weekend
Enjoy the movie mate.
Thanks pal, it's over 3 hours long, so I hope I can stay awake!
3 hours is far to long for me. I will wait for the DVD.