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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, May 29, 2018.
Alan, those little Case shadows have some of the prettiest bone they've ever done.
It's one of those knives that makes me wonder why I carry big expensive knives. It does pretty much everything I need during the day.
Where does it sit in the case line
its not a knife I've seenbefore but looks right up my street
Discontinued but the bolstered ones are easily found.
......aha - smalls!
Some mighty fine smalls here, gentlemen.........really enjoyed looking through this thread
Yes, have a couple - they're what I'd call part of my gentac accessories
A couple of Dunlap's below the standard size LC
Ken is a fine craftsman, it’s a shame he’s no longer making knives.
- the jigged bone Erickson blade is a smidge under 2-1/2" cutting edge
Yes, such a great shame Ken is no longer making - I knew he'd not been well, but was unaware he'd given up the workshop.
Wow, that's a fine knife!
Are the bolsters inside, or is it just the frame that guides the blade?
Sambar Stag Smalls; Pemberton over Lick Creek Boy's Knife
No bolsters. Shadow pattern with brass liners.
thank you for this illustrative picture!
I like these little 2 3/4" schrade stockmans and it's many variants. The pattern goes back to schrade cut co.
A small from Reese, 3 1/4” closed, black linen micarta, D2.
Small Case Pen in Delrin & as ground SS. A tad smaller than a Peanut & just as handy.
This one comes in at a hair under 3 1/4”.
I think I have eaten peanuts that are bigger than this one. She measures in at exactly 2.8121 inches which seems more than enough. Since starting to edc the peanut I have found less and less need for a bigger blade, I still like them but I do not think I need them like I used to.
Schrade cut co pearl smalls.