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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
That is ridiculously nice. Nicest trapper I've ever seen. I love how the micarta is patina-ing.
Love that Puma !
Thank you fine Sir !! Primble gifted me that knife and i love it. The Wittinauer needed to come out to play...still ticking
"Two out of three ain't bad."
Lest we forget.
Stepdads pilot survival issue
Ben Hogan goes to town.
I committed to carry these three until the St. Louis Blues lose a game, hopefully I am still carrying them tomorrow .
Thank you to all who have served on this day of remembrance.
Northwoods, Gladstone MI, D2. This is the perfect pocketknife!
E50C1164-4FDE-4347-BA5A-88B785D5BD92 by jim nevill, on Flickr
BFB386A1-0AE6-4F7C-8DFE-3F2273F6DEC2 by jim nevill, on Flickr
9FD393FC-7200-4209-9650-EA20180D5771 by jim nevill, on Flickr
86129366-5550-4E3C-9D33-B9ED1DCD2AEB by jim nevill, on Flickr
Used this one today to cut some asparagus before the rains came .
Today with Case mini trapper in stag!
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
Spent the day in my garden giving thanks for the profound sacrifice that enables me to have moments and days such as this. I am a blessed and grateful man.
Thank you. Took me awhile to talk @Leslie Tomville out of it. I think I still owe him a lunch over it lol
I hope everyone had a contemplative Memorial Day; our "national debt" isn't measured only in dollars.
Here are some of the knives I'll carry all week.
Lambsfoot of the Week is a rosewood model I call Union Jack:
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week is a Marbles Ram's Horn Barlow:
Peanut-ish Knife of the Week is a Camillus 21 (thanks, Mike):
Miscellaneous Knife of the Week is a Schrade + 93OT (thanks for the GAW, Fausto):