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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Scales, Play Your Scales!
Have a great weekend everyone!
I am jealous!
Mornin’ . Put the Case Barlow down this week and went back to thisssun...
Since it’s Saturday I thought I’d give the wood a day off! Y’all have a great day!
You may well be right. The only other bolster stamp I've seen in "cursive" letters was a barlow with the word "utica" stamped into the bolster. It too was crisp and looked very similar to the "cut sure".
Wonderful rag bone.
Last night I carefully sharpened this sw 856 and it is in my pocket as we head out with the bikes in the toy hauler for a weekend of enduro racing. This evening I will mosey around the woods with my shepherd. All is well.
Two slim single spring knives for me today. This pairing is one of my personal favorites for everyday carry.
It’s a rainy and dreary day here. I know the Oregon show is only four hours away but I’m committed to a Hunter Ed class this morning. I’ll take the Soldier on the right with me. The left one is already gone, my daughter confiscated it
These two today
That's some very nice Saturday stag.
Slim single springs..for Spring?
Today it’s a red Case Peanut and a Neito Climber, not sure if the Neito is considered a traditional but it’s a nice little knife from Spain to put into the rotation now and then.
Thanks Jack, yes it really fits very well in the hand...
On a cold rainy day I went with the 2018 Traditional Forum’s Buck 301 in nice warm Elk
For them old fingers that don’t grip so good in the cold, the only one handed knife besides an EO and One Armed Razor Knife you can post here, the Case Russlock in Yellow Delrin.
Many thanks Buzz...
Oh, but the old schrades you could find at the oregon show!
I wish I was only four hours away.
The tulsa show has been good to me though.
Beautiful pic Steve and what fine stag on the lamb.
Delicious stag and ivory clad ballerina.
Thanks @Fodderwing !