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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by The Fort, Dec 15, 2017.
In my pocket nearly everyday for over a month. Yeah... I like it that much!
As you'll see, I've pretty much exhausted my black knives previously in this thread.
This Camillus electrician certainly fits:
But now I start "stretching".
This Camillus muskrat is called a Blac-Jaket; does that count?
Lot of black on the covers of this Rough Rider Midnight Swirl lockback, but I don't even own it anymore!
And there's plenty of black on the covers of this Colt buckshot bone teardrop jack, but there's plenty of almost-white, too:
Looks like my contributions to this thread are over (unless I dream up some innovative ways of combining black knives I've already posted), but I'll be back each week to see the black beauties everyone else has!!
How bout a little African Blackwood
Love that Abel TR/Esky Zulu combo... Happy Black Friday right back at you
It is hard to get a good picture of the Blackwood on this Viper. But I'm gonna keep trying.
Figured the Rhino went well with African Blackwood.
Some great looking knives today, guys!
Black saw cut delrin on a 95074
New Knife Day. 78 in Ebony just got in. Apologies for the hastily shot pics. Will do better later.
They look like fine examples to me GT That Camillus is very sleek looking
That buckshot is cool!!
This one is pretty much a solid black. My new ebony GEC 78 American Jack.
Boker Tree Brand Classic... slick, black, premium jack...
Buffalo Horn Cuban
arrived yesterday, guess im a little late
If someone told me they had a knife with two shields and a frosted/etched main blade, I'd probably think, "Way too "busy" for my taste." But when I see your Böker, I LIKE it, Kevin!
Thanks, @peanutsxx . FWIW, Colt no longer makes pocket knives, but Rough Rider has picked up the buckshot bone line of covers.
Jeff, those black/silver equal end Cubans are an attractive variation of stockman!
@5K Qs Thanks for the info!