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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by afishhunter, Aug 4, 2020.
My 23 seems to have been tamed, I guess it needed it's toll of blood to be happy with me...that or whatever sliver of brass or whatever has worn away to free up the action on this beast I'm still a little gun shy opening this one after the bite... in the end, this may well be my favorite GEC knife I have ever handled. The riverbottom grooved micarta is extremely pleasing in looks and feel, and I really dig the 23 for what it is. It just fits my hand like a glove, and the blade is nice and thinly ground so they get wicked sharp.
Spotted our barges at a refinery in Port Allen, tight sqeeze between the stern of our vessel and the head of a barge below us. Back on our short run from baton rouge to Alexandria la.
Such a classic looking Jack Knife.
Thanks John. I call him "Pretty Boy".
That's one fine looking Barlow. A #77 I presume?
Thank you, yes sir 772119. This is the first one I was able to reserve from Mike. I prefer a 2 blade Jack knife but I must admit this one slides in and of the pocket so easily and it cuts like the dickens, I find it very easy to carry.
Great picture of a great knife.
I forgot how much I like this little 89 until I stuck it in my shirt pocket for the day.
Finally got around to carrying the Beavertail 23,had to break up the monotony
That's good, David. Multiple wives is not legal.
Beautiful cherry wood. Nice pic!
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Or very smart to have. They would also bee rather expensive ....
Read on tombstone (picture is online, somewhere)
"A man needs three things to be happy:
A woman who loves to cook and is good at it, and help's to raise the kids.
A woman who enjoys being intimate with him.
A woman not afraid to work to help pay the bills.
It's very important these three women don't know about each other, or you'll probably wind up dead, like me."