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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by veitsi_poika, Nov 23, 2020.
Schrade Walden for Abercrombie & Fitch
Please excuse the micarta
That's a really nice old Smoker's Knife Lee
A few more:
From Joseph Rodgers.
A couple by Dawes & Ball.
And one from Japan, Polo brand.
Impressive collection, Alan! Those wire jacks are really interesting, slightly quirky knives.
Thank you. They are my only true collection. Just like me.
Japanese mfg for Garret Wade.
Er..initially misread the title of the thread, believed it was MENTAL Monday...plenty to contribute there
However, this time next METAL Monday I might be able to show an Otter Mercator in Copper which is coming from Germany
Very fine examples Jack!
That's very sad to hear about them confiscating Stan's granddaughter's knife.
A little different.
Thank you Yes, it's terrible isn't it? They gave it to her mother and told her she wasn't allowed to bring it again
My Henckels edc, a gift from a friend.
“M” is for metal, and Monday, and multiplication.
I've always liked that pic
Carrying this Camillus USMC Demo Knife today, a very thoughtful gift from @r8shell
An Imperial from 1961
Very cool thread, just went through the four pages - full of very interesting knives. I didn’t think I had many metal knives until your photo’s stimulated my brain! Here are some of mine. OH
Surely most every old Soldier has a MILSPEC knife - Camillus 1966.
Of course the Swiss improved on the idea - ALOX.
Buck Knives has offered their share of both tiny and heavy duty Lockbacks. Gents knife here. OH