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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Camillus #16 today
A sheepfoot,a lambsfoot,a sows belly and part stag, Chimera
I’ve got one from Charlie and one from Jack in my pockets today.
Thanks a lot Jeff The Buck was a very kind gift from @r8shell That's another workhorse my friend
I have one of those 88s Dave, must have had it nearly 30 years
Nice to be in such great company Ron
It's a unique lightweight little knife, the sort of knife that a backpacker might carry.
Thanks a lot for these three great knife-makers
WHAT A GREAT PICTURE !!!!
Nice knife and fantastic cat
One of my all-time favorite knives.
- thank you Yes, he's a bit of a character
Today I am carrying a stockman that I like very much.
Thank you, Dwight!
A "dynamic duo" of Swiss penknives.
That looks exactly like a Yak! Glad to hear your hand is healing well.
Nice pairing, Jack. Only thing I don't like about my 301 is the weak pull. Love the design and the shield, and the reversal of the sheepsfoot and castrator blades.
That ivory lambsfoot is "to die for."
In keeping with Harry's law, "carrying stag on everyday that ends with a y", I'm totin these today.
Stag 73 & 83 are a couple of my favorite GEC knives (based on appearance ); thanks for posting them, Alan and @Pinemoon!
A Birth Year Soldier is a phenomenal find, Steve!! Do you know if date-stamped Soldiers go back to at least 1951?
Congrats on the Cadet, HnS! The Alox is definitely nice, but when it comes to knife function, I agree with you about the Recruit's superiority. I'd rather have the pen blade than the nail file.
That 2-blade 77 is superb, Paul; such a nice size for a knife!
Simple and sublime, Vince!
Thanks for the ID, Jer; first one of those I've seen!
The Eagle has landed!! Big-time pair, Jeff.
Lots of interesting contrasts between the knives in that pair, Ron; very cool!
That Minuteman is a desirable little pen knife!
Alluring pair of knives, Mark, and that spoon is commendable!
Thanks, Dean; I feel very fortunate to have stumbled upon that one!
That's an outstanding half-whittler, Dean! What cover material? (Do you and @Jack Black share a "photo pool" for watery backgrounds? )
That quartet provides you with a LOT of variety!
Heap of helpful hardware, David!
Glad you had a chance to get out to enjoy the change of seasons, Will!
Congrats to you, your trio of knives, your team, and its fans, Tom! Did you also sing "Gloria" (the lesser version of songs with that name, IMHO )??
After you ink, do you apply some kind of "protective coat" to the knife to keep the ink from spreading or rubbing off?
Noteworthy knife, Nick!
I admire Jack's willingness to go out on a limb with his prediction/opinion.
Must be frustrating, Jeff! A prime example of "good fences make good neighbors."
Splendid pair today, Jack; it's right there in black and white!
Herpetologist's Heaven, John!!
Your Swedish massage pair is a sensual delight, Dave!
Oxymoron Alert!!! I hope the hospital was as routine as you expected, Jer!
Excellent description of a sensational sowbelly, David!
Thanks, Dean. (I've started my "Asimov Summer" by picking up The Complete Robot, a compilation of robot short stories. Yesterday I read "Mirror Image", which featured you and Elijah Baley solving a dispute between 2 mathematicians. )
Today I present my Christy Sport Knife. Not getting much use because we are absolutely dead at work. Quietly waiting to open a package or two if need be.
Stag seems to be the order of the day:
Also, this (amber bone):
Have a great Friday, everyone!