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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
That's a great looking little knife.
GEC Bullnose in denim micarta
Thank you. It still needs a bit more oil in the joints, but it's getting there.
Really enjoying this Case xx Barlow .
Solid knife with such a satisfying walk and talk . She’s a snappy one but with a sweet pull .
I think some rosewood for Tuesday:
Lambsfoot, A. Wright & Son, Sheffield.
Easy carry, cuts like razor.
We also had our "day of the fallen" recently. An old retired Israeli soldier I happened to meet said to me he had read the classic Finnish war novel "Unknown soldier". He said "war is hell, anytime, anywhere". He had been in almost every major war his country had fought. I don't have to agree with politics, but I can feel sympathy for the men and women fighting it.
I heard recently that I have a fallen hero in my family. A dog. My granddad, since he was a police chief had a german shepherd. This dog was used in the battle as a message carrier and was killed in 1944 at Viipuri bay. My mother's family, being farmers, had a horse that was taken to war. It returned home. My mother told me that the scene of a horse running round the yard, neighing with joy brought tears to everybody's eyes. My father has also a veteran status, nothing really major. He was leading an anti aircraft gun.
Spear Carrier today
Happy Tuesday everyone, I have a bunch of cardboard to cut up today so I’m takin’ my favorite box cutter with me.
100+ y/o, made for only 2 years Union Knife Works Moose in chestnut Jigged Bone.
This was a rescue knife with a busted primary blade so I cleaned it up and modified the primary into a box cutter style blade. It’s a slicin’ machine.
Rosewood Lambsfoot Today
Flying Eagle penny and sea shell. A man after my own heart!
Richlite LC for me.
Still in the Memorial Day vein.
A Case in patriotic kirinite, a lil' lockback 83
I was thinking of you when I set it up... and every time I look at that amazing sea shell
The photography on these pages is being brought up to art quality. I'm wearing out the LIKE button.
Your subjects seem very cooperative and perhaps a bit vain - all worthy.
I changed my pants, but not my knives.
I'm still movin' and shakin' with the Vic Farmer and Classic today.
My 4-day mini-vacation in the Adirondacks was more of the same, with the addition of the Texas Camp Knife performing kitchen and many cap lifting duties.
New carries for me today, as my previous trio seems to have run out of luck. I replaced the Pioneer X with a blue farmer, the bark river with a John Lloyd Lanny’s clip and the GEC with a custom from Evan Miller.