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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks, Gary! A Peanut and Zorro. (Do you suppose Zorro ate peanuts?)
Beautiful carries, Jack.
So many amazing knives from such great folks grace these pages there is just no way I can keep up!
Great knives everyone.
I’m sure my carry today will surprise no one and bore everyone but...my favorite example of my favorite version of my favorite knive...
Cami made Buck 303 with the sheeps level with the clip when closed. I really feel it’s the perfect pocket knife.
Thank you very much "scrteened porch", for appreciating my knives.
Thanks Dean, the same to you my friend, and that's a cool pic
Early start for me tomorrow, but I'll have these two with me
Some of these are some older pictures but I was carrying these 2 TEW's today .
Was expecting delivery of this Taylors Eye Witness and now have it in my pockets
I went a little overboard. (first sunlit pic of the lambsfoot!)
Needed to oil up some of my carbon steel so decided to carry it today before I did.
Those look great together, Ron!
Very nice, Buzz! It's always fun to pull one from the archives.
Love the swedge, match-striker long pull and jigging on that one, Alan! Beautiful knife!
I'm carrying this clip-point TC today.
Emspop - did you have to 'tweak' the kick to get the sheepsfoot level?
I bought this one like is. It looks to me that it’s had a bit of file work on the back of the sheeps spine and maybe I tiny tweak on the kick.
The mid 70’s cami versions seem to have had a lower sitting sheeps to start with so these small touches go a long way.
These two... extremely impressed with this pony Jack! Glad I picked it up.
That pony Jack (all steel construction) tmd_87, sure looks like a solid user, sleek and graceful too. I would be tickled pink if GEC did another run of those. Spear and pen please! I prefer the spear but wow, I have to admit that that clip is fantastic.
I'd definitely be in on a run of pony's!!! I am a clip point fan so I would be even more in. But this knife has surprisingly caught me off guard as to how much I like it.
My World Series watching companions.
It looks like it had another piece of wood hinged to the top to cover the bits. Kept the paint looking newer under it as well. i wonder if evidence of an old latch is under the ruler?
Carrying this today