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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Campbellclanman, Jul 17, 2011.
Some rag micarta
Family portrait with great variety. 10 knives 8 patterns, 8 shields 7 different.
^ Ho Hum
Ooops - er - I meant, HOLY SMOKES - what a collection Good for you!
Dibs on 1 & 10 please (clockwise) in other words, the 1st one in each row!
John has been very busy
copper speckled CF
Nguni Horn interior
Here's a 4.25" sow with stag
and a small one ,3.25" in Oosik
This pattern might not be new for John,he's sent them to me before. But I have named it a " Woodell Jack " It's 3-3/4" closed
With old micarta & clip blade
And I do believe,same frame but spear point blade . " Chocolate " Westinghouse micarta,jigged by John
Here's a Woodell Jack ,but with anew shield. Eagle head
Center cut Nguni. They fill the voids with different colored epoxies I think John told me . This one had a neat teal coloring
Big Jack John called this 1930's camo rag micarta
Sheepsfoot ," Worm wood Rag " micarta
More stacked leather,Drew got this one
Little guy with Walrus
This is my " Carolina Toothpick " This knife,I think I've mentioned,is John's " George Herron Gent knife Tribute " ,it has " firehose " micarta. Pictured with a Ray Kirk forged bottle opener with John's stag as a handle
Here's the other side of that Nguni I posted above. This is the most unique handle covers I have seen in a while
Here's a nice crisp group shot ( rare for me lol)
That stag on the right,it's a tiny Gent,it's an unwanted child
Jigged bone Backpocket
I'm just about certain this is John's rendition of Rick Menefee's " Wichita Trapper "
Classic stag swayback