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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, May 29, 2018.
If you were only going to have one, that is a good one to have.
Amazing 25 Travis.
Jeff, the wood on that one looks exceptional!!
Some more for Fans of the Small - not quite Liiliput though
I included one of your very beautiful US Mercury coins for size reference. The GEC 18 Blackwood, Schatt Stag Mini Barlow and Queen Dan Burke Penknife certainly are tiddlers but very nicely finished .
Bring your "Nut" to work day...
My 3-1/8" Schrade Cut Co MOP Whittler
Case pen knife, perfect size i think .
Yes it's a great size but I really wish they'd offer it in BONE as well! Been moaning about this for years, to no effect
A favorite fixed blade. IIRC second smallest one I own. Ahti Tikka. Humppa gave it to me.
The smallest fixed blade I own.
Yep, hope Case do that.
Tiny and very sharp -- 1989 Case 059L SSP lockback that I bought yesterday for really cheap. According to Steve Pfeiffer's book this has a "glazed" blade with polished edge and is the same steel as the Case Astronaut's Knife. (If I'm reading it correctly.)
GEC #18 Coyote with Osage Orange handles.
Case 63090 Stockman - a little guy at at 3 3/8".
Even littler - a BEAR MGC Stag Lock back mini measuring at 3-3/4" open - just a tad longer than the folded Stockman. The blade is about 1-1/2" along the cutting edge.
Pretty nice and useful knives.
With a closer up -
Pretty small...but handy
Wonderful grouping of GEC Smalls.