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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Imperial Cattle knife today !
Wow, thought I posted yesterday's carry but came back this morning and there it was PENDING
One of my favorite forum knives, 2013 Irish Jack, steel liners vs brass, rat tail bolsters, pen in front of the main...All Good Stuff
A Summer Shandy and a La Unica awaits me on my deck after work, have a great weekend fellow porch members
I am toting this lion steel round head I just picked up on the forum. I am loving this spearpoint in stag
Today is a 66 kind of day....
Always nice to gaze on this one, Steve.
Old Imperials are about as good as any production knives ever, imo.
Ahh, the weekend,
42 in rosewood & mini caplifter trapper
Gary, Case calls the bone on my half-whittler "smooth antique bone." The only pool Jack and I have in common is the big one separating the British isles from North America.
Re: Mirror Image: I remember that case (of course)!
Your Joker has great stag, Gary.
Looks like you are well armed, Jack! That's a great photo of your superb Damascus Stag Lambsfoot.
Beautiful cat! (oh, great knife, too )
My latest acquisition, Red bone CV Sway Back Jack.
- thank you
Elk stag today~ smooth on Camillus, rough on Klein.
That reminds me: I gotta go buy a cigar today!
Beautiful knife, Harvey.
Haven't carried this Case SS 6347 Stockman with jigged Walnut bone covers for awhile so I dropped it in my pocket this morning.
The walnut bone with lined bolsters is one of the best looking series of modern case knives.
Thank you Vince. Buy 2
Peanut for the win today!
Thanks for the kind words, guys. I can improve on it, but it’s very functional. The material is rag micarta. I stumbled across a guy on Instagram that makes micarta and it turned out he lives in the next city south of me, so I met up with him and bought some material to try some re-covers.
The rag is a bit porous and seems to pick up dirt from my grungy hands at work. I need to clean it up and try to seal it with something. Maybe more oil or bees wax?