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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Dec 1, 2014.
My favorite red knife.
Another view of my CV Slimline Trapper, on a social distancing walk in Morgan-Monroe State Forest.
Those 85s go well with Space Pens.
One of the cool things about being stuck at home is I can change knives mid day, so I switched up to this red beauty ...
Like that 38! Think the single blade is an underrated pattern, mines not Red but Bocote.
This was the first GEC I purchased, and I really fell for it. I was surprised to later find the single blade 38s were not too popular. Not sure exactly why. I wish it had a half stop but otherwise find it to be comfortable in hand or pocket.
Yes, mystery to me too. Think it was right they offered it with a different blade as it was already with Large Clip, Pruner, Wharncliffe. I'd like to see a single Spear and keen on the near sunk-joint. Can't agree about the damn half stop though I prefer a smooth opener
oooohhh! Cherries already @ISKRA ? Must be an easy crop
Cherries are a very likeable fruit & tree, great wood, beautiful blossoms and many types of dessert & cooking cherries. Then there's cherry jam, the king of jams
You know, that knife isn't too bad either...
Over here it's the hight of cherry season, I'd say. Although we do have another tree that is going to need another two weeks or so.
I love cherries, but for desserts I actually preffer sour cherries.
I'd go as far and call it an excellent knife. Especially since it is a well cherished gift.
RR Eureka Stockman, very unusual pattern and can't complain about the finish or action on this one.
Do you happen to know the model number of that one? Thank you
Posted this pic elsewhere on BF yesterday … cherries are the only fruit that I consume like "junk food" … I can just keep eating and eating them, sometimes until my stomach hurts. I have a couple of Stella Cherry trees in my yard, good crop this year:
Hello Tim, The RR has been 'buried' since my home move in Feb/March
But I've some archived info on model No.s
Redbone (it's a dark Plum colour) RR 406. Bonestag RR 407. Yellow D 890. Brownbone RR 371 or 377. I'm afraid these are models from around 10 years ago so I've no idea if they are still in production. Tidy carry at 3 3/8" with near sunk-joints.