- Jul 13, 2017
Just bought this J.A. Henckels Barolw a couple of weeks ago and is my first Henckels knife and I really like it.
Couple of classic Barlows, Randy; congrats! I admire your focus on that pattern, and these are a pair of very cool bolster stamps with the red twins and yOur Very Best!
Congrats on the recent anniversary, Harry!!... We just celebrated our 58th wedding anniversary earlier this month . It has been a trip my friend .
That is sure a slender slicer, Chip! I don't recognize the model, though. Some kind of GEC whittler?
Congrats on your new knife, Will! I enjoyed your description of the knife.This arrived from the Exchange this week. Form, function, simplicity&beauty! Antique Yellow 15. The Spear fills the handle very well. It is destined for use
F&F faultless, no gaps no play, no tip protruding from liners (annoying shoddy fault in many knives) Look at the pin-work, nice domed work, jigging runs into the bolster, sharp on arrival! Any issues? Well it's a general GEC thing, they would be in stellar league if they had slightly thicker scales which were more rounded and radiused. Rather like Winchester BB knives, it gives a much more pleasant feel in the hand. But, that's how GEC opts to do it-their small knives would greatly benefit from a thickening of scales, CASE manage it.
That jigged bone lambsfoot is somewhat unusual on this forum; very nice, Senhor Pinto!Today back in my pocket, this English lambsfoot in green bone...
Captivating pic of some classy carries!Thanks GT! I plan to carry the scout soon!
Today I’ve got my AC lambsfoot and ebony 56 for Tidioute Thursday:
Jeff, you have both Form and Function covered with that pair!More R & B today (no, Red & Black!).
Striking knife, Dean! I need to get an edge like that on my chestnut jigged teardrop.
Butterscotch delight, Steve!
Nice sentiment with the Russell carry, FBC. And your ebony lambsfoot is a photogenic tool!
and this one will be with me today in remembrance.
Harry those are sweet knives. WOWCarried the TEW Lambfoot and the Case Hawkbill and then use the Camillus 4 line when cracking more Hickory Nuts .
Thanks for the positive comments, Dwight. I think we have a mutual admiration society regarding canoes!
My oh my look at the jigging on that baby.For a Throwback Thursday, I'm totin' this Queen City (1922-1932) cattle knife in old Rogers bone.
Beautiful TC and pic.TC 14 today.