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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Modoc ED, Sep 4, 2018.
Some beautiful trappers on the last couple pages!! Keep them coming.
I chose this 48 pattern Northfield for today. Fit, finish, walk and talk are excellent as I've grown to expect from Great Eastern! Have a great Tuesday everyone!
Man, those 48s look great in ebony, nice knife.
Recycled pic, but there is only 6 more minutes of Tuesday here...
The 23s are fresh, the rest are some I pulled off this month's battleship row... Those 23s are chunky, great knives.
Left to right between them are: Case #07 in smooth chestnut bone, an Uncle Henry 285, Western #691, Case #54 in some crazy autumn bone and nice slanted bolsters, and a DFC era Queen City swayback in smooth burnt orange bone.
Very nice! I particularly like the bomb shield Case and the Uncle Henry.
Böker, smooth brown bone.
I love yellow Trappers of all makes.
Very nice, Vince. Have we seen that one before? My apologizes if I'd missed it previously.
Found it in my mailbox yesterday. Very gracious gift from @Modoc ED. From Solingen, Germany! About the size of a Case trapper. But I think the blades are full flat grind instead of hollow grind, and appear to be carbon. Will find out at lunch.
Here's the sheath it came with:
That ED @Modoc ED is such a generous fellow and knows exactly the right knife to gift people. He's a true gentleman.
Beautiful knife, James.
I hope GEC will run those as a slipjoint some day.
+1, A 74 or 43 in red stag would be fantastic.
Favorites of mine by John Lloyd I love that 52100
2004 3254 Case Trapper
There are several fellows around here like that!
ANOTHER example of generosity by JDF! I love it, thanks, John!
Looking good, Dennis.