What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Half/Stop

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Possibly my personal favorites out of your collection, Ron. :thumbsup:

I have a problem. I get up in the morning and poke through the cigar boxes until I’ve made my pocket knife choice(es). Then I come on here and start thinking “I have one of those, and it sure looks good. Maybe I should be totin that one today”. The Schrade and Camillus shown by Axle1969, and that Case redbone Half/Stop Half/Stop Ron showed yesterday, for example.
After seeing some of these pics, I start second guessing my choices.

I’ve chosen these, and will tote ‘em. Maybe add a little fixed blade for tending something tasty on the smoker for fathers day;)
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Thank you for those very nice compliments Jeff! :) There’s nothing at all wrong with your choices my friend! That’s two very capable and very nice Cases you’re totin today! :thumbsup: :cool:

Happy Fathers Day to all of the dads! :thumbsup: I happen to carry a Lambsfoot, every chance I get! :D

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Thank you for those very nice compliments Jeff! :) There’s nothing at all wrong with your choices my friend! That’s two very capable and very nice Cases you’re totin today! :thumbsup: :cool:

Happy Fathers Day to all of the dads! :thumbsup: I happen to carry a Lambsfoot, every chance I get! :D

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I really, really, REALLY need to stay off this thread LOL. That is a gorgeous knife. And I've yet to acquire a Lambsfoot.
 

Ironbut

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I haven't gotten around to carrying these new Case Barlows much. They seem very well made & with the stainless blades they should be perfect for Summer carry. I'm still not sure about the shields though. They just don't seem to belong there. I may have to get one of the red bones with the etching on the bolster.:)
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Jack Black

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Cool pic Rachel! :D :cool: :thumbsup:

I'm going a bit more "pocket friendly" with an old Kutmaster Jr. Scout and a late model C. Johnson & Co Sheffield (c.1830-1953) Barlow :)

Nice Johnson Barlow :thumbsup:

Good Morning and Happy Father's Day

Fine pair John :thumbsup:

Happy Fathers Day to all of the dads! :thumbsup: I happen to carry a Lambsfoot, every chance I get! :D

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Very wise Ron! :D :thumbsup:

Happy Fathers Day to all the dads, and I hope everyone is having a great weekend :) Carrying the Barlow Brothers again today ;) :thumbsup:

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Prester John

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Thank you so much. :)

I came to Texas at age 12, but didn't discover Whataburger until moving to Austin in the 80s. I sure hope they don't change anything, especially the custom of coming around with the "condiment" tray, offering your choice of ketchups. :D (they still have a 'sissy burger' at a few other places in town, but you won't catch me ordering it. Not because of the name, but because mayonnaise on meat is an abomination.)
A picture for old time's sake:
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My father hated mustard. When I was young, I would hear him order, and I thought he was saying "CC Burger" (I live in Corpus Christi), but neither "CC" nor "sissy" was on the menu. I saw a picture of it on the menu, but it must have been in the 1950s. The workers still knew what my father meant in the '60s and '70s, but they would have no clue if I tried ordering one today!
Got mayonnaise by accident once (ordered mustard) at Sonic. Decided to try it. First and last burger with mayo.

Now that owners are from Chicago, ain't NO WAY they'll ever give out knives! At least I thought it was plausible here in Texas. I guess not anymore. :(

In my pocket now:
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dc50

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No wonder we were a happier generation.
In between the cartoons and Disney, we were outside playing games with our friends.
Compare that to today's kids, who spend all their time indoors with social media, violent video games, and music with horrid lyrics.
I remember watching the Andy Griffiths show and Leave it to Beaver whishing my home life was more like there's.:)
 

TheChunk91

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I came to Texas at age 12, but didn't discover Whataburger until moving to Austin in the 80s. I sure hope they don't change anything, especially the custom of coming around with the "condiment" tray, offering your choice of ketchups. :D (they still have a 'sissy burger' at a few other places in town, but you won't catch me ordering it. Not because of the name, but because mayonnaise on meat is an abomination.)
A picture for old time's sake:
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My father hated mustard. When I was young, I would hear him order, and I thought he was saying "CC Burger" (I live in Corpus Christi), but neither "CC" nor "sissy" was on the menu. I saw a picture of it on the menu, but it must have been in the 1950s. The workers still knew what my father meant in the '60s and '70s, but they would have no clue if I tried ordering one today!
Got mayonnaise by accident once (ordered mustard) at Sonic. Decided to try it. First and last burger with mayo.


I love whataburger. I eat there all the time and sure hope they don't change a thing. Not a fan of mayo on a burger...or lettuce, or tomato, or onions. :p


I'm carrying old patchy today, like usual on weekends, plus the edc congress and coins.

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Amir Fleschwund

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Thank you for those very nice compliments Jeff! :) There’s nothing at all wrong with your choices my friend! That’s two very capable and very nice Cases you’re totin today! :thumbsup: :cool:

Happy Fathers Day to all of the dads! :thumbsup: I happen to carry a Lambsfoot, every chance I get! :D

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Well, that stag with the battle scars is SO cool and unique!

Will carry this today .





Harry
Happy Father’s Day to you and your dressy Lambsfoots, Harry.

Did fathers day fishing yesterday with my Son and Grand Son. :)
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Time with Dad/Grandpa is about the ultimate gift.

My father hated mustard. When I was young, I would hear him order, and I thought he was saying "CC Burger" (I live in Corpus Christi), but neither "CC" nor "sissy" was on the menu. I saw a picture of it on the menu, but it must have been in the 1950s. The workers still knew what my father meant in the '60s and '70s, but they would have no clue if I tried ordering one today!
Got mayonnaise by accident once (ordered mustard) at Sonic. Decided to try it. First and last burger with mayo.

Now that owners are from Chicago, ain't NO WAY they'll ever give out knives! At least I thought it was plausible here in Texas. I guess not anymore. :(

In my pocket now:
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If the owners are from up here, maybe they will start serving proper chili. WITH BEANS!:D
 
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