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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Since it’s arrival
Thanks Jack!!! You also have a fine pair; the Case peanut image reminds me of my youth as a scout!
Sweet pair of slicers you're toting today Jeff; the "short-line" Camillus really takes the cake!
Hard to beat an old Remington as a slicer; especially a beauty like yours Steve!!!
That's still quite a cool knife Stuart; Camillus did first rate work on your Remington brand knife!
Outstanding shot of your stag A. Wright, Harvey; the bark background really gives it a cool 3D effect!!!
Wow, I've never seen a Moore Maker/S&M that looks that wonderful, what a unique gem!!!
I'm certain those two beauties could fill volumes with their tales Gev; an astonishingly handsome couple!!!
Your pair are both covered with some of the finest Ironwood I have ever seen Dylan; marvelous!!!
Today's totes will each carry the brand of a great old firearms manufacturer; an early '30s Remington jack and an '87 "black box" Winchester toothpick.
"Honto ni Hattori Hanzo katana na datta!"
Not seeing those too often.
Now that is a good one for food prep by the campfire.
My small collection is getting harder and harder to pick from but today,I think I will be have these two favorites along for the ride. A beautiful Case Barlow and my most recent GEC Dixie Stockman.
Not really. Nothing (that I know of) beats Opinel in that regard. Higonokami's 3 mm (1/8" in gibberish ) thick and scandi ground blade is too wedgy for veggie. Yet the folded metal handle doesn't allow for hard use as the blade and steel suggests. This design doesn't make much sense Still a looker imho.
You are an honest man.
Thank you! There's no knowledge to be shared here unless we are being honest about our knives.
Oh, I just answered my own question, I guess.
GEC Special Assembly #14
The Ram and the Lamb.......
Case Medium Stockman for work today...
Looks like a good choice, think I’ll do the same...
It really is a great choice.
Building holsters for stock for a show:
Thank you, sir. Only one I’ve ever seen. Did a double take when I first saw it. And the only 6206 single blade I’ve ever seen.
You never quit with the museum pieces!
I really hope you also have a user on you for the dirty work.
Those are wonderful.
And I appreciate your kind comments!
Boker 9229 electrician and Craftsman hunter in...
and Manny says I should have one hand free to rub him under the collar.
Case Tribal Lock riding with the SAK Compact today.
Jeff, that dog is . . .