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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Is that the one I saw on the exchange the other day? You sure make it look nice!
Fish Zulu for me.
Very nice Ron Black and er...Technicolor!
I didn't go on any Clarion rambles Zieg, but I may have walked with Clarion Ramblers at various rambles I have attended in the past, commemorating the 1932 Kinder Trespass for example. My maternal grandparents were Clarion Ramblers, and I have a collection of the Clarion Ramblers Year Books. I used to write for Climber & Rambler, and also met all the 'Kinder Martyrs'
LOL! "Big Red" sounds worth immortalising in an SFO GT!
I don't think it's stainless Paul
I'm carrying my own ebony Lambsfoot today
More Menefee week. From a group buy, the rounded edges make this a fine user.
That Zulu is Tops man! Those red liners really make it pop! Gotta get my hands on one of his knives!
Just arrived. It's been stated elsewhere but the 78 run has had such amazing variety in the cover choices. I think I prefer my cocobolo but what do ya'll think?
Chief, thats a great little knife and as always beautiful captures!
Very handsome. The red liners are the right color to show off the creamy colored micarta. Rounded edges are a nice to feel, but they also help show off the layers of micarta. It gives it a look almost like wood grain.
It looks great. I love stag that looks like that.
This was the 26 on the exchange a few days ago. I do think it looks good in this outdoor slightly overcast lighting. One more...
@Jack Black - yes, I agree, I'd be surprised if it was stainless too! But it does so look like a belt-finish on a stainless blade
Today's bundle of stuff: Dawson Mercury in Damascus with desert ironwood scales, Victorinox SD Classic with no scales and missing its file, and a Mosin Nagant sight tool for prying and opening bottle caps. The watch is a Breitling Aerospace from 1996. I just got the KSF City Sheath yesterday, soaked and molded it to the Dawson last night, gave it a light beeswax rub this morning, and slid some essentials into the card holder. It's a nice bit of work and I'm looking forward to giving it some pocket time.
The Dawson Mercury is a good little knife. Very bird-n-trout like. I enjoy swapping out the Buck 110 and Opinel N°10 for it every two weeks or so.
Recycled picture, but same plan today:
I'm not big on stag personally but I gotta admit, I do enjoy that one esp. without a shield.
Very pretty Colt, GT, with nice warm stag!
Today I'm carrying my little lamb, little lamb, little lamb... yadda yadda... it's spots are white as snow.
Edit: although looking at this pic, they didn't turn up too brightly...
Outdoor slightly overcast lighting is the best. I love it for portraits or knives. haha
@The Zieg interesting Vic on the keychain, modded?
P.A.Hallstrom,Ekilstuna Sweden,probably oldest folding knife i have,unfortunately original knife scales (bone)where broken.
Handsome old Camillus bone, beautifully depicted.
Much appreciated Sir