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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by VCM3, Jan 21, 2008.
good luck prayers for you!
Jeff, good luck with the procedure. Heal up fast.
Continued thanks to all of you . . . what a great corner of the web this is!
Random group of old knives, well worn but very functional Terrier English Jack, St Lawrence Cutlery Germany ebony jack and a Remington R1061 Jack.
Two very nice old knives Augie - they Terrier is a great looking knife and I love that worm groove Bone!
Nice old German Knife- That nice old blade still has remnants of an etch!
A Remington that looks so nice in the handsome wood handles - with nice hardware! Love it!
That you Duncan, wish I could read the etch on the St Lawrence .
Best wishes for a successful outcome !
@black mamba Jeff, you'll be in our prayers till we hear the good report. God bless.
We're rooting for you, Jeff!
Steve, James and Gary, THANK YOU!
Best wishes on a speedy recovery Jeff!!!
Excellent "random group" Augie; gorgeous covers on your Terrier!
Jeff all the best and a speedy and painless as possible recovery!! You are highly regarded here so please know there are a lot of folks thinking and praying for you. Best Regards my friend!
Augie, wonderful group of folders! You are a knife finding machine even when you are somewhat laid up No wonder you can’t be stopped when you are well and going full speed! I guess you just can’t keep a good man down for long
We're all pullin for you Jeff!
Smoke and prayers up from Montana for successful procedure and speedy recovery.
JJ, Lloyd and Dave, THANK YOU! Please don't forget to pray for my wife, too, as I won't be able to do ANYTHING and she's not in the best shape, either.
Thanks Lloyd, I've got plenty of time on my hands to search for knives while I'm recovering, not so sure that's good for the bank account though.
I find the Remington the most interesting, pretty much a standard Remington Jack but the 1 of R1061 designates redwood which was mainly used on Remingtons work knives, they are probably out there but I can't recall seeing another, most are bone. Here is the same knife a R1063, the 3 designates bone.
@black mamba I hope all goes smooth and well to a full recovery Jeff!
Thanks, Nick. You just keep showing those great knives and I'll perk up faster than a buzzard on a meat wagon!
Thinking of you Jeff matey. I hope you have some support as in good friends or kids close by to you to help you through!
If I was closer to you - I would definitely ring Paul and make sure he does your lawns for you.