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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Wishing the Wild Strawberries were back.....long time to wait, but carrying this today
Today with new purchase, this Portuguese Ciol with hands in cork and blade in stainless steel...
Absolutely stunning knife every time I see it.
Outstanding BB gunstock Will. Love the bone on that one.
Very cool and interesting knife.
Yankee Jack 77
Nice jigged bone on that one, Dwight.
Something to use hard and something to make me look pretty
Paul that’s a beauty!
Stuart that’s two beautiful 10 dots! Beautiful Sawcut Bone!
Two beautiful old knives Harry! Very nice condition on each one!
A Black Box beauty! Well done Will!
The 77 is a beautiful Jack knife Dwight! I have the Northfield Kingwood and I really like it. Maybe someday I’ll luck into one of those beautiful Jigged Bone Northfields!
Today I’m totin an Ebony Churchill and a Rosewood Lambsfoot.
Those are absolutely breathtaking!!!
The swedge is a huge improvement. I carry a lot of Camillus knives, and often wish for a swedge on many of the main blades. Mark did a perfect job on yours.
That first Remington is quite lovely. It looks like it has so much history to it. A good knife has that wonderful ability to absorb memories in its old worn bone, and in the patina on the blades.
More Camillus engineer love today for me. The Remington BSA is riding shotgun.
I was just thinking the same John
Nice black n tan Ron
Good to see it getting some pocket time. Thanks Jack!
The Strange Case of Miss Annie Spragg
Amber (Fire) Stag Sowbelly and engraved Brass Zulu.
Thanks John. The shadow... in the shadow of the lamb...
Thanks Ron! This one has as good a fit and finish, walk n talk as I've seen. Another beautiful pairing.
Lots of Lambsfoot knives in pockets today!
I don't usually quote multiple posts, but the last two pages of this thread are simply fantastic and I could not resist.
A hard use knife, excellent.
The money clip is super cool GT.
A friend of mine has one of those, it was a gift but he never used it. I sharpened it for him and now he carries it every day .
Nice pairing Jack!
Which is which?
Fantastic detail in that pic!
Gorgeous photo, as always Alan.
Great photo Kevin!
I have these with me today.
Regular Jack in the coin pocket today.
Lol... I was waiting for that
While the Lambsfoot is indeed a pretty knife, it is decidedly a harder use knife than the Case.
That is a very nice looking knife. I'm guessing they aren't made any more?
Beautiful knife, but why oh why did they use a double nail nick.