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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by lobodelanoche, Aug 5, 2012.
The wife and I were using these two for some yard work today.
Just rolled in from my trip, felt ridiculous with my mask on at the grocery. I am glad to swap out and handle some different knives. Good day
GEC #73 Trapper with Fancy Dancy, Sunday Go-to-Meeting Craftsman box cutters.
I've been pairing these up since last week, really liking the Sawby Toothpick/Cold Steel Talwar combo, and the Dunlap is great for discrete use...
Long pull, thumb stud, flipper tab...
I could figure out more than one way to open that knife.
Custom Ironbeak & delica
Spyderco Para 3 Lightweight and Case Medium Jack
Small Sebenza in Doppler
TC 152112 in Sawcut
I know y’all are thinking these two would have been more appropriate on Black Friday! Well truth be told, I’m trying to keep from getting bored, so I’m going to start taking some photos of my modern knives! Yes, contrary to the rumors, ole Half/Stop does have some less than traditional knives. I just don’t carry them that often anymore. Here’s a Benchmade 530 Pardue Axis Lock. I’ve paired it up with a NIT TC Genuine Barlow in Ebony.
Native 5 and a 65 GEC lockback.
Forge de Laguiole and Bill Duff:
I don’t see many of them around here but the 530 is a great knife! It’s so light and slim you don’t even know it’s in your pocket. I carried one in my waistband when distance running and ran hundreds of miles with it. It never bothered me a bit; totally comfortable. A nice combo with that Barlow!
@Country_Squire Thank you for the compliment!
All I need is a Sebenza and 62 in some kind of flavor
I’m not exactly a “social butterfly” in normal times but this is driving me cwwazzzy. Although I am glad not to be on a boat haha. Good day to all
tongue in cheek complaining, many blessings