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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
34OT Stockman, and a RR Sow Belly Stockman, Camper SAK!
Carried the Midnight Special again today ( Re-cycled pictures )
^love the sheeps foot. Gotta add one to the collection, sometime
That is a really cool pic
Looking good Dean
I'll look forward to that Harry!
Couldn't you just dive into those covers?!
I have these two with me today Have a fun Friday folks, nearly the weekend
I am very grateful for the correction!!!
Today with my Portuguese...
Day 2 of going through all my carbon steels. Sharpen them up, carry then oil them up. Moore maker stockman. Very under rated knife if you ask me. Long and slender and takes a great edge. Perfect pocket size and right hand opening sheepsfoot is a plus.
New to me Camillus 51 with bone covers
This knife impressed my so much yesterday I’ve decided to give it a month to see if it can push the 303 out to f my pocket...
Since I only own 1 traditional right now it's this one again today!
If you are only gonna have one that’s not a bad one to have! Just beautiful. There is something special about the jigged bone / federal shield combo that I really like.
Cool pair Jack, great photos!
Mine today, this farmer keeps finding its way into my daily carry.
Love that Alox.
That's a great dilemma to be in.
Feeling feckless on this Friday and hoping that carrying this will get me going with purpose: Queen model 61 stockman in Frontier bone (1950-1960).
Thanks a lot Tom, a very useful-looking combination, as always, my friend. I love those pebbles too!
This one in the watch pocket today.
Almost 3 days behind, so I can't comment on all the fine knives I'd like to. We'll see how much time and space I have.
Thanks, FBC; Zorro is definitely a conversation starter.
Thanks, Shawn. I like that little "wire-frame" knife a lot, and I'm glad to have at least one example of the "novelty" Barlows (but doubt that I'd ever try to get a whole set ).
Thanks for the positive reviews of the knives I posted, Jack. Your pair includes quite a wide variety of features!
Those are a couple of phenomenal whittlers, Travman!!
Something Old + Something New = Something Magnificent
Doubly dapper and distinguished, Dylan and Dean!!
I'm sure Zorro was adept at shelling peanuts with a couple of lightning sword strokes!
Commendable classic, Clay!
Congrats on the new TEW, Harry!! Your TEW knife trio is remarkable!!
Impressive threesome, Jer!
That's a champion, Mark!
Resplendent Imperial EO teardrop jack, Steve!!
Something fishy about this pic, Barry, but it's sure not the knife!!
Superb stag, Alan; that Lloyd is very distinctive! Is the Lloyd a new one??
Devastating duo, ATB!! That orange Alox is so cheerful!
Two pristine Friday knives, Jack!
To quote an eminent personality, "Nice ALOX", Tom!
Regal stockman, Stuart! (Belated welcome back from the SD hunt! )
That's a beauty, oldtymer! Looks like you've put quite an acute edge on the blades?
My Big Knife of the Week isn't particularly big (a bit under 4"), a Colt stag muskrat:
My Bailed non-SAK of the Week is a Kutmaster Girl Scout knife:
My K.N.I.F.E. (a relatively new knife not yet in my rotation schedule) knife this week is the Opignel #8 my daughter gave me:
Just received the Lloyd the other day. It's better than I could have imagined. It's been an impetus to cut back my collection.