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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
You did a fine job and you already put that beauty to work; excellent!!!
Thanks Jeff!!! It looks like you've had an excellent day with you superb Camillus knives; from hanging out with your lovely Gibson to making a PB&T sammy! Have you ever added bacon to the mix? I'll bet that would taste great!
Now that looks like a marvelous way to start the day!
Wow Gev, another sublime shot of a magnificent knife!!!
Thank you Harvey!!!
What an amazing Joseph Roger cigar knife; I wish I knew about a knife like that when I used to indulge my senses! Talk about "sweetening the pot," another great shot of your Hartshead after slicing that piece of heaven! It's time for a snack!
Great shot of your "round the clock" quartet Gary!
Thanks Nick! Love your Schrade mini moose; beautiful covers!
Delightful images Paul and an outstanding knife, as well!
My totes for today will be among two of my favorites from before WWII; a Keen Kutter Barlow and a Cattaraugus "Whit-L-Craft" scout.
Fantastic pics Paul
Morning folks, hope your week gets off to a good start everyone
Being a Feline Fan, I'm unleashing the Cougar to face the week Its Ebony, Panther, friend will have to return to its real owner this week
Fantastic pair, Jack.
Will, I’m so glad you found your Cougar! The Churchill is such a fine pattern!
Good Monday to everyone! I’m carrying two favorites today!
Something small for work and something big to add to it later today.
I try to make every day a day of rest, the better to honor the Lord.
Been so busy with work lately I haven't been taking time to take a pic of my daily carry. Haven't posted anything here in awhile, so today I got these. Little morning sun to show off the red.
Those are wonderful. And great photo.
Maybe I can catch up on this thread some this week. Yesterday's carries below. These are both from our flea market trips. The Schrade took a little work, cleaned up nicely. The Ulster BSA knife took very little. Really excited about the 7-OT, and the original sheath is cool. Always wanted one as a teenager. Haven't held one in probably close to 40 years, forgot what a solid knife it is. This one is carbon steel. I don't have any idea of the dates on these, so if anyone has info it would be appreciated.
Today's carry. Wanted one of these for a bit, finding one in stag, unused and in original tin, was a bonus.
GEC 21, A.Wright & son Lambfoot, and an heirloom variety in the beefsteak family called Mortgage Lifter. 1lb,13oz.
Have a juicy Monday!
Trapper and a Stockman
Talk about sublime...wow !! Or should I say....meow
I used the corner of a flat ceramic stone to start, and now can touch it up with a rod like that. It really is a nice little pruner, and the blade doesn't stand up so far out of the well, making it more practical than some for pocket carry.
Thanks. I know it's Monday, but it feels like a Wednesday.
She's a looker!
Thank you John :thumbsuup:
Two smashers Ron
Cool I'm glad you like it Rachel, that's a nice pairing
IMHO, the best of Charlie's TC Barlows enjoying nature.