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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by redsparrow, Feb 8, 2018.
It's funny how everybody seems to not like the #38 but loves the French Knives that are basically the exact same shape.
The #38 is still small compared to the smallest Laguiole.
But there's something in the blade...
It's the implantation of the blade in the #38 that opened shocks a bit I think.
But its ergonomy is very good (for me) after it's small....
Here's a burly type by contrast
Rather like the 38 Special, just need to find a cheapish user....
Carrying my Eureka Jack today
The desert ironwood on this 78 is getting noticeably darker as of late.
Which is for the better, no more scary face in the grain, @5K Qs !
Looking good, James!
(I had to search for your post that inspired my "scary face" comment; kind of sad to lose those old friends, I'll bet. )
You know GT, I'm not really missing 'em so much and their absence does make life a bit calmer for others.
Any Lumberjacks out there?
This etch belongs here...
If all you need is one good knife...