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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by afishhunter, Aug 4, 2020.
From the days when GEC were unafraid to inlet shields on deep popcorn Stag
Carrying my topo chico Knife
What a gem !!!
Fantastic knife Will, I have one that's similar but just not as popcorny Mines a 73 with long running deep canyons and they placed the shield perfectly
Come on Paul , I know that you have that 73 and it would sure be nice to see it again my friend .
@Gevonovich and @paulhilborn Thanks gents, it's a greatly liked user, many would keep it pristine but I wanted to enjoy it. No regrets either
Not in my pocket, but they are on my desk, for meal time.
I figure it's time, and past time, to work on putting a nice patina on them.
Maybe if they look "used" I'll be less intimidated about carrying them?
Northfield UN-X-LD 852211 Harness Jack, wearing genuine burnt stag covers. (Number 24 of 35)
Northfield UN-X-LD 610211 "Half Congress", all dressed up with Green Briarwood bovine bone covers. (Number 14 of 35)
(to my six (with bifocals) ancient vintage antique eyes, the bovine bone looks evenly dyed mark and pile sides.
Must be the light ... or perhaps the lack thereof. In "real life" the patinas are nowhere close to this dark. ...
One of their finest
Doing yardwork all weekend.
Alright Harry, since you posted one of the nicest Farmer Jacks made, here's my (never to leave my possession) 73
The camera still can't capture the depth of the caverns on this beauty
Today it is my GEC Lick Creek boys knife, desert ironwood
There are some beautiful knives here. This is still my most carried knife after 10 years
Yep, again today.
@Misplaced Hillbilly Don't blame you. That's a nice one.
Lots of nice ones shown. Good to see so many with a patina that shows they're used for more than display.