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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Gevonovich, Dec 29, 2012.
Wonderful photos, James and Harvey. Have a great weekend my friends!
Miroku made the Original Charles Daly over and unders. I used to have the Superior grade in 12 Guage. They began supplying Brownings after ceasing the manufacture of the Charles Daly brand. Very finely made guns indeed. But this is a knife forum so I must say the scales on that knife are very appealing.
Thanks Bill. That is the Northwoods Esky Zulu in Black Camel Bone.
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Rainy day, dream away.
That's a beaut, Alan. Love the all metal construction. Do you happen to have a shot handy of the knife closed? I really like the blade profile and wonder how pinchable it is(n't). Thanks!
It's pinchable but I tend to use the nick most times.
Goodness gracious that Amber stag is phenomenal. What an exquisite pairing you've got there. Thanks for the additional info and image on the all-metal knife.
dreamy indeed !! and stainless for the rain
Gonna look good with use on it !!!
Some yellow roses.
Not exactly. Charles Daly was around long before Miroku started manufacturing shotguns under that name. Mostly high grade side by sides, but I have seen one over/under from back in the 30's under that name.
Anyway, here's back to the original topic.
Thanks for your info on Chas Daly....and the lovely photo of the knife.