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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks Stuart, yours is a still a sweet knife despite its youth !
Stealing time from my own life
All the hours that god sends
NYKCo and Mimo
This is a little clunky for my pocket...
No wood in the pocket this Wednesday.
Looks like it would ride perfectly in my pocket. That's a BEAUTY!
Thank you, Jack! A lovely little Case you are toting today and the Hartshead is photogenic as always.
Going with a pair in Ironwood today for Wooden Wednesday.
Thanks John, It's really to pretty for me to use
But it's light as a feather next to this pickle..
Kutmaster with some new old coins
Really cool photograph !!
@Pàdruig - LOVE YOUR CUP - I believe!!!!
I think I'd feel the exact same way.
Diggin' thru knives day today. It amazes me how many I've accumulated over the last few years.
At 109 today, it's a great time for ice cream! (like the outside temp matters )
Ha, what you said about it not needing to be hot out to eat ice cream, here in Alaska people like to boast that we eat the most ice cream per capita of anywhere.
I was Inspired by 315's Russell Barlow posted here yesterday, a really nice looking knife. I saw it and was reminded that I had been neglecting my Russell Barlow that was a gift from one of my son-in-laws. Promptly dug it out this morning and packed it along with this osage moose. The Russell has saw cut bone handles, almost as pretty as 315's smooth bone version.
Ain't no werewolves or vampires getting near ME!
I actually love those saw cut Russell’s, been keeping my eyes open for one.
Trestle Pine Superior
Queen 49f(or h) amongst others.
Thank you, Jack.