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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Tue blades are great.
As of about an hour ago, a Remington Canoe with a 1933-1935 tang stamp, that I bought at the pawnshop.
I just noticed a teeny tiny number on the edge of a mark side bolster.
If I had a jewler's lupe or magnifying glass I might be able to see what the number is.
I guess I need to go to a jewlery store tomorrow ...
At any rate, it is going to be in my pocket for at least the rest of the month.
According to the two jewler's (at different shops) I showed it to on the 5th, it isn't a number. They both said it looks like dings.
Lovely pen, Jack. You caught the MOP nicely.
Wondrous wood, Dwight.
That's a lot of bull. Alan. Nice looking, though.
A particularly pleasing pair, Ron.
You have a handsome duo of distinguished elders, r8shell.
Looks mighty tasty, Harvey.
No apologies needed with that knife around, Harry.
Dynamic duo, Jack. I like the robust blade on the Issard.
Very nice pairing, T'man.
I was raised near where you often work, David. Humidity is hereditary down there. You have some solid helpers with you.
There's a lot to like in that one, Alan.
That's a beaut, Dean.
I have a couple of Queen #10s, Steve; one from 1922-1945 and the other from 1961-1971. Neither looks as good as yours. I saw some of your Imperials and Cammies that I "missed" while away from the Porch - they are, as usual, pretty fine.
I love its look, too, Harvey. Thanks for sharing it, as I don't see many like that.
OK, here we go!! Nick, if you and Steve keep raising the bar, we'll all be doing chin-ups.
Well done, Buzz. Well done.
I've got a couple of classics for this Twosday, though only one is a knife. One for EDC-ing, the other for easy listening.
Good one Stuart!
@Duckdog Thank you Stewart for the nice words.
Thank you, Stuart!
Thank you Stuart!
This is why my Trapper stopped off in Oregon on it's way up here, it needed a photoshoot with my first gun ever. A #43 Oregon Trapper and a Stevens #72 Crackshot
Put the BSK to proper use.
Lambsfoot of the Week - Valley Jack, my 2019 Guardians desert ironwood lambsfoot:
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week - Marbles Rams horn sowbelly stockman:
Peanut-like Knife of the Week - Case yellow delrin CV pen knife:
Miscellaneous Knife of the Week - GEC 77 Blade Forums knife (thanks, Mark):
Today it’s a GEC 15 and the rarely photographed but ever present Victorinox Compact.
The bone on that knife is so very nice. I have not seen one like that.
Thanks for the nice words Stuart!
Recently been carrying either the alox farmer (received as part of a trade with @JaxBaron ) or GEC #66 calf roper. Each is an enjoyable and capable companion. I keep an LB1 or classic on my key ring, so don’t carry the two at the same time.
Love your Sun-Kissed images, GT.
This 1 for the past couple of days, got it in trade years ago. I hadn't used it works and looks good
Lockback's. The protruding lock tab was in my opinion too large, so I ground it to more pleasing size. While at it rounded the corners of the tab. Still needs some fine wet sandpaper.
Black Box Swell Centre
Nice, I've carried a compact as a 2nd knife for 2 years, kicked the tinker out of my pocket.