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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Ron Sabbagh, Aug 14, 2019.
GERMAN Weidmannsheil 3" lockback, Sambar/Dam
CANADIAN Grohmann Bird&Trout
ITALIAN Lionsteel Ram's Horn Modern Barlow
SPANISH Aitor Coco
RUSSIAN Kizlyar 'Sobol' (Lynx) in Walnut
Buffalo horn Stockman
ENGLISH Two different Ettricks Pruner style frames
JAPANESE Ohta Sambar
FRENCH Fontenille-Pataud Horn
CHINESE Paul Chen Sheffield folder Bonestag
Divine trio...wow !!!
I think those covers are bubinga Will.
I don’t have many from outside the US, but of those that I do Victorinox definitely dominates my collection.
Then there’s my German made Boker Barlow. This knife, just the way it is, could pretty much be the perfect pocket knife when it comes to size and blade configuration.
Last, but not least, the Helle Harding. Last years hunting season was a real bust for me. I really wanted to try this out on an elk but it wasn’t happening. Hopefully this year I’ll put some meat in the freezer. I’m thinking the Helle will make a good all around hunting, woods, camping knife.
That's very kind & much appreciated
Yes, I'm certain you are correct, thanks Could not remember the right wood, Bubinga is sometimes known as African Rosewood but not related to Coco. Grand stuff though
Very, very nice. So many knives, so little time....
Japanese from Sardinia
Japanese from France
Japanese from France and Sardinia
American from France and Sardinia
@hornetguy Thank you, it's got thick slabs of amber Stag and is quite unusual.
Good grief, that Ablett is stunning. I wish I had heard of those before he passed. It's nearly impossible to find them now.... which is probably a good thing for my marital harmony...
Bumping this thread because I just added my first knife from Spain: a Joker NA111 lockback. Super impressed given the low cost. The blade shape and grind reminds me of Buck for some reason. Now I just need a French Laguioles and an Italian Resolza Pattada, and I'll be a happy camper.