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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
A few Wolstenholm
Walnut and cherry wood among a parliament of White Owls
Westinghouse Micarta Barlow (Mike Zscherny)
Rag “Worm” micarta (John Lloyd)
Westinghouse Micarta Swayback (and also a Wharncliffe blade) (Mike Zscherny)
Schrade Walden (according to the tang stamps)
Confederate States Muskrat:
Schrade Wostenholm I*XL stag canoe:
Rodgers Wostenholm gunboat canoe:
I really like that old Westinghouse micarta!
W is for Wright's
What John said:
W is for Wharncliffes.
Wade & Butcher
Washington Jack with worn distant cousin
White Mountains, NH
valley forge Whittler
Wish to Wrestle my Way aboard the A. Wright & Son and the Wharncliffe Band Wagons
Lambsfoot blades from Wright's:
Wharncliffe blades from Case:
A Washington jack and a Winchester made Keen Kutter.
What??? Wostenholm faux stag!!!
We wouldn't want to wrestle that wright away from you, Gary--not for the world!
Wow! West German Winchester