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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
- great, many thanks indeed
LOL. Yeah, I knew it was a stretch! I do have my limber days though! They are increasingly less often.
As we approach the close of another great round, I again want to say thank you to everyone for sharing your wonderful knives and fun comments.
I reckon this thread will either keep plugging along or fade into the archives but it sure has greatly exceeded all my expectations!
So long as it keeps going, I say that from here on out, be as creative as you see fit for meeting the day's letter.
Y is for this Northfield #77 Yankee Jack in Antique Yellow Jigged Bone
(Also, Yowza! That's one good lookin' knife! )
Y Not?!! Ha ha ha!!!
Everything about that knife is beautiful.
" Y ". I got nuffin.
Zulu spear, Schrade Cut Co.
Zenith; what else?? An HJ!!
Zuava, traditional Italian knife!
Another Zuava with harlequin handles !!
Not a rich seam for me the zee or zed, depending on your pronunciation
This whole thread will be a valuable reference work I feel, any newcomer asking about Traditional styles & patterns would do well to read through it, then file for bankruptcy in advance
Thanks very much It's a smooth cut type of polished Stag, here's the pile side and I THINK the blade MIGHT qualify as a ZULU SPEAR but not really sure
....dang..! I've already spent my Z last time around with the Zscherney
So, gonna have to cheat a bit here...........and show my Ingwe - which is Zulu for Leopard (Chui is Swahili for same), my fave creature in the bundu... on this Loveless style dagger. If not allowed, please delete...
@Chui ZOUNDS! All KatZ are Kool so that qualifies