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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Dc50, Wow, love that pic.
Ya know... I had just recently made up my mind that if I have my choice when the upcoming 77s are available, I was going with the blackwood. Please refrain from posting any more red sawcut bone until after those are released. Thank you!
Well... I'll tell you what, you go with the Blackwood, I'll go with the Red Sawcut. Everyone's happy, right?
I keep having a similar dilemma.
I keep going back and forth between Red Bone and Black Wood.
Blood red TC Barlow and Navy blue Case mini copperhead.
I’m toting the Russell at work
These two workhorses! What a great pair.
Fresh Marinara sauce.
This knife is too red
2010 Half Congress in Stag
Some Waynorth Ebony Goodness.
Thank you, Sir, its a photogenic knife for sure. But I must confess I sure wish I had purchased an ebony as well, I'm still kicking myself for not picking one up.
Vanilla beans and my 15 black micarta at work today.
Nice warm color and glow to that handle, I also like the blade combo.
Thanks, Rachel. Gotta get some pics of the canoe in the environment that inspired it. Saw this guy this morning (and I think it saw me ):
OH, that's a splendid canoe! Any idea on the time frame during which Case was producing a CV chestnut jigged bone canoe? I really like the chestnut jigged bone, but their current offerings don't include the canoe.
Thanks, Stuart; that knife has been my main kitchen knife on vacation, but the big rabid squirrel BIT my thumb last night! Other than that, the vacation has been très magnifique so far!
Very cool find, Vince!
Do you think it might have been modified, e.g., re-covered??
Count me in! I can find both spellings online, but until today, everything I saw regarding the Canal Street model used the "illogical" spelling. But I happened to find this BF thread which uses our preferred spelling:
Agree! My (possibly totally inaccurate) memory is that my elementary school finished by Memorial Day and started after Labor Day. It was a farming community, and that may have influenced the schedule.
I hope your new school year is as superb as your rosewood lambsfoot!
Thanks, JJ, for your positive commentary.
Thanks, Nick ; that chestnut jigged Sod Buster Jr. has sentimental value for me. I still don't have a black or yellow synthetic SBJr, yet!
Superb photo, Vince! (Do you play?)
Thanks, Jack; no real holiday complaints from me!
What a pair you're toting!
SMOOOOOTH Duo, Ron!
That's a pair of preeminent pale pairs to ponder, Gary!
I appreciate your opinions, Stuart.
I didn't even realize they offered a single clip version; nice, Dean!
Always a treat to see the Weck, Nick!
Handsome knife, Stuart; the bone has the color and jigging characteristic of so many of @SteveC's knives, like THIS beauty that follows!
Congrats, Joshua; thanks for the update! Back in school yet?
Superb sowbelly stockman!
GEE-ODE! that's a jewel of a knife, Dave!
Patriotic and pretty pair, Dean!
Here are more knives that I took on our 2-week vacation; we head for home Saturday morning.
Stockman of the Fortnight is a Colt "black stag" sowbelly:
Stag/Horn Knife of the Fortnight is also a sowbelly, in ram's horn by Marbles:
Thank you, GT. Are you returning as well?
Thanks! I never know what I'm going to find at the gun show. There are always some nice knives that are overpriced, and always a lot of junk, which I can tell at a glance. But I always find something I like at a reasonable price.
Thanks. I do not play, but my youngest son does. In fact, he is playing now as I type this on my iPhone with my stubby fingers. He doesn't play The Who, though, (whose [pun intended ] song I quoted in my post); just classical!
Glad you are enjoying your vacation. Those are good-looking stockmans you took along.