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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
A classy uptown Lambsfoot Ron.
Thanks Dave! It is definitely classy my friend!
Pretty nice pair there, Nick.
Thanks, Dwight and, wow, what a winsome Winchester!!
My vote is YES, and Buck, Case, and Lion Steel, to name a few, make similar modern traditionals.
I'm with you, Jack. It's a dizzying pace. I'm glad to see Pearl dockside, taking in the river's breeze.
I agree with you, Buzz, the posts are exceptional, and I'd add @TheChunk91 and @SteveC to that list, as well as your fine and functional pairing. Plus, I have really been enjoying your recent reviews and discussions of knives, their care, and utility. Thank you.
After I saw the posts by @Fodderwing , @dc50 , @cigarrodog , and @Half/Stop , I went downstairs, collected all of my knives and scolded them for being so scruffy and devoid of any ambition. Those were some stellar knives posted and I told my shameful lot to "shape up or ship out."
Gev, after seeing the handsome old fella that you posted, I decided to give one of my elders a chance to see the sun today and ride in my pocket. A QUEEN CITY sleeveboard in Rogers bone from 1922-1932. He's old enough to join me and my buddies for lies and libations this afternoon.
@Jack Black Thank you my friend.
Rosewood lambsfoot today.
@Duckdog Thanks Stuart! Exceptional Queen sleeveboard pen you have there!
@Gevonovich I never get tired of seeing that old beauty!
I'm honored and Wow...that is one of the finest Queens I've ever seen !!! That bone is spectacular. Tell some whoppers for me
Thank you my friend ! I am drawn to it like a moth to flame
Gev that’s such a stately old gentleman and a wonderful photo!
Stuart I’ve seen that scruffy lot of knives you have! This Queen City Pen knife is a prime example! Let me assure sir you have tons of Stellar with a capital “S”!
Beautiful old Pen knife Stuart!
Thanks for the smile, my friend ! You have a wonderful weekend fine Sir
I've held out using this one which is silly because I will never part with it as it's a gift from a good friend. Why would I just let this one sit no reason to, so in my pocket where I can derive pleasure using such a great knife
Have a couple of Cases before Congress today.
Fayette once again today. This is a special little knife. It’s one of the few that I wouldn’t mind owning an extra two or three, haha.
I don't blame you, its a great little carry.
A Cherry indeed that you deserve to carry !! What a Gem...wow
Paul, I agree with your election to put that fine knife to use - an honor to a friend and an honor to the knife. Those knives catch my attention when they appear in posts here, and yours is a very nice example. They are interestingly similar to Primble English Jacks, as you can see below (except for the spear mains on mine). Your post has persuaded me to give a short reprieve to my recently chastised collection and take this one along with my Queen sleeveboard to my afternoon gathering with friends. Thanks for the nudge, pal.