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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by waynorth, Nov 12, 2012.
Now there’s a looker!
Thank you very much.
A well constructed KA-BAR Barlow in need of a wipe down. Very thin profile and I like the sawcut bone. The grind on the clip point reminds me of a Cattaraugus knife I have.
Wow. Very nice! Someone loved that one; carried it a lot and cared for it well.
Looks like Wright's is stepping up their game.
Overall that's a really great looking knife. The tang stamp really sets it off. Seems that stamp isn't exclusive after all. Might be worth a trip to A. Wright for a look see.
I’ll say! Wow, everything about that looks fantastic. Are these regular production or special order?
Ashley makes a few up to sell on his Instagram account, I got lucky with this one, fell on it just as he posted it.
Thanks. That really is an amazing looking Barlow. I hope to see more like this from them in the future
Yeah it's nice, it's on a par with most other traditional handmade folders I've seen, I think he obviously takes a bit more time over these he sells for himself, whether it'll trickle down to the production stock I don't know, I have plenty of those and in fairness they're all serviceable and tight but they don't have the tolerances that this Barlow has. I know time is money in their line of business but if they could send every knife out like this one they'd put Sheffield right back on the map, big style.
I can’t believe that no one has posted in this thread since Thursday! Here you go!