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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Apr 11, 2019.
- great pics, great knives
Loving that TK regrind too.........wish we had someone like that in UK
@Augie That Remington Barehead Jack is a masterwork! Looks about unused, and that bone colour (toffee) and jigging
Thank you, I think it is unused, it's a salesman sample, here's the pile side.
Sublime jigging on pile side too, like old tree bark
This is a great thread and I have enjoyed everyone's pictures!!
My very first GEC...
And my all time favorite GEC and pocketknife! I love the spear main blade on the 79's...
Top knife to me epitome of a "jacknife"from my child hood
Goodness Gracious, but Presidentials are such majestic knives! Don't see them posted as often as they used to be, and that's sad
Very evocative and accurate description, Will!
Two spears black Winchester
Gotta love a good spear. The little Beagle gets carried the most, and is a pocket regular. The 2016 Forum is a favorite special occasion carry. The vintage Barlow's were a gift from a generous forumite and spend most time on display. In the second pic of "chepper" Spears, the Dog Bone and Yeller Toenail get occasional pocket time. Forgot to include my full sized Sunfish.
I could lap that one up! Sublime proportions and Barehead cool.
Really admirable selection, quite a Spear arsenal
Like those silver ingots too, are they easy to get hold of?
Just missed a NICE Ebony on the exchange, wonder if they would trade for micarta
I went through my photobucket album and couldn't find these two so I took some new pics. (And added to imgur lol)
My first GEC stainless knife.
And a #68 that needs more patina...
Thank you. The odd silver ingots were just some "home pours". Started as shiny new bars/rounds, and turned them into odd ducks. In little ceramic dishes, I can bring around an ounce up to temp with a handheld mapp gas torch. Any more than that would probably need a forge (I know many of you already have) to hit liquid temp. Another shape I've enjoyed is an ounce pour into a dapping block (sort of half round shape).
@bflying Very interesting how you are playing with silver.