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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
A 99 yesterday and today.
Carrying these 2 again today .
I will be toting my Spanish polished stag navaja to cheer me up on Blue Monday:
From Master Artisan José Antonio Herreros Gomez, Albacete, España.
Love the scales on the A Wright, the other speaks for itself. Nice little collection.
Does even look like an old friend
For Monday I'll be toting my favorite new Swiss pal with a slice'n WWII Ulster TL-29
Back home from the summer cottage, still some vacation left. I feel I was not underequipped with these, all of those saw use Nessmuk is still a shining example of good allround blade, not really great at anything but very good in everything. It slices well, it batons if needed, it can do light chopping, it carves wood well enough. Elver is a great carver and batons also great for it's size but does not slice soft materials too good. Tops is not a trad knife, it loses to Elver in carving but slices better, the handle is too thin for heavy work. Peasant slices out of it's size and does light wood carving also and it is easy to carry in a long side pocket.
The use of "vihta" or "vasta" is a peculiar form of Finnish s&m, you cut a bunch of birch twigs, tie them together, go to a hot sauna and beat yourself with the vasta. It is supposed to be good for the skin and blood circulation.
Some stag and silver to start the week.
STAG for me as well
Thank you very much...
Thank you very much Gary...
Carrying this around while I work on it.
And my smallest SAK with a magnifier, and my beloved AGR unassisted flipper.
#54 in linen micarta
The Wenger Handyman does not often get pictured in this thread, but it is always in my left front pocket. And the pitted but scary sharp pre-70 Peanut with the wonderful Case redbone is always in that little pocket made for guitar picks.
These two half brothers today. Their father was the renowned tough guy "Mr. Carbone"
I know it’s Monday, but I’ll carry Ebony on any day that ends with a “Y”! These two from Charlie C for me. Y’all have a great day!