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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by The Fort, Dec 15, 2017.
112 Ebony & Brass
Blackjack, with a brown slip
Black on black
A stone washed blade from Nicholl Knives in black canvas micarta. I’ve picked up a few black ones lately.
Pal made 'em to last.
This Jack from the '50s is just starting to break in. Have a great day and a wonderful weekend all!
Old blind hog rooted an acorn this morning - Buck 303 Cadet. OH
Black sheep horn:
Ireland Imperial stockman:
Happy Black Friday y'all
A couple of 2318PU CV's. These are nice knives, but for some reason Case saw fit to make the sheepsfoot ride very high. I filed down the kick on the top knife. Gives the whole knife a lower profile in the pocket and when gripping the knife while using the punch or clip. I think it makes the knife nicer. As can be seen, I could have filed some more and may at some point. There's still room before hitting the spring.
SCHRADE-USA; I like the backsprings work.
SUPER NICE! Tomcat want....
Chief, that is one of the most aesthetically pleasing Congress frame pocketknives I've seen - perfect in every detail! OH