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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by l9ll, Sep 11, 2017.
I think the secret to good photography is to take a dozen pics and then keep the one that's in focus
Very nice! Well done!
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Great photo, I do remember, and I’m ready! That Northwoods is stunning!
Amazing photo James !
quite the candidate in here .
Thank you! I'm ready too!
I love living in the northern Midwest but it makes February the longest month of the year... by far.
Thanks... got lucky with that shot.
Once again for Micarta Monday
A knifey-friend of mine I still keep in touch with from time to time asked me for some dimensions of a traditional pattern Loveless Chute knife, so dug mine out from the depths of the safe and took some pics and measurements for him as he's making one.
Had forgotten what a lovely knife they are in the hand - all credit to the great man himself of course - here's a few pics......forgive the pic dump but they're all together in an old thread in UK.
Finally received this Boker single blade stockman that I ordered on Black Friday from Finland...
CK.net barlow today.
Wow, that really looks nice. I have the Club in those covers and the single stockman in plumwood. Both very nice knives, but you got the best of both worlds!
Even though this little beauty has moved on since this shot was taken it was originally welcomed with open arms here and gave me great pleasure when sending it on to a friend a couple of years ago.
GEC 14 in Black Canvas Micarta
I don’t see many of these around...
Bark River, Pro-Scalpel OAL approx 6.5" /16cm