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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Well played, sir, and correctly stated. We are lucky to have the options that we have now.
We really are ,Stuart. It's a great time to be a knife nut.
This Otter is turning into a favourite. Very usefull shape and size. I'm planning to make a sheath (one that hangs from belt tab inside the pocket) specially for this knife.
That really is a stunner Greg
Beautifully put Stuart, and that is a wonderful Knife
Great colours Dylan!
Thanks Ron, another smashing knife there my friend
I was also a 70's backpacker, and love the books from that period I also enjoyed Bernard S Mason, as well as the camping books of British author Jack Cox, which reflect a slightly earlier period. I was only a teenager, so carried what I had, mainly Richards knives, like these, and a re-purposed kitchen paring knife in a homemade leather sheath
I can remember being very excited about getting hold of some Kendal Mint Cake, and somewhat disappointed shortly after! It has always been my main hiking 'emergency ration', since I'd have to be in dire straits to want to break into it!
Great pic of a couple of fine knives
Carrying my 2017 Guardians Lambsfoot today
He wouldn't have approved for a full kit backpacking trip, but for a walk with things merely stuffed into pockets, Fletcher surely would.
- totin' these ones today........a most kind knife buddy sent me a selection of his own to have a fondle.
As I don't have any recent models, this is a good way to have a gentle play and find out - thank you, James
My immediate favourite is this Hawthorne, very easy pinch-open in particular...
Still on a barlow jag - here’s today’s carry...
A Friday favorite.
Yesterday the GAW knife from bonzodog arrived, a beautiful A. Wright & Sons Lambsfoot with Stag scales. What a gorgeous knife,the stag fits my hand perfectly. I put my own edge on it last night and takin' it for it's maiden voyage today so here she is dressed in her blues ready to start the day.
Good morning sir. That's a beauty!
@Chui-888 Some fine bone on that Tidioute there Paul, like it a lot.
Taking a Cougar out today
Atiger, I'm starting to believe that you have an infinite supply of these old beauties cached away. Both are stunning.
Wow I missed one day and am five pages behind . Fantastic stuff everyone!
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