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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
This second Case XX CV Barlow has really impressed me
It’s a joy to carry , use and fondle
Double post oops
Love that knife and the Olive wood !
I also like the faceted bolsters and I bet you can take out any blade play that might develop over the years by just tightening them up a tad
Very cool! I just bought a second, as well; making my first a solid user
That shadow Crucible is especially eye-catching!
Your pair "runs the gamut" in size, Jack!
Always a pleasure to see your Totem, Dave!
I like summer, but 2 solid weeks of 100+ is redikooluss!!
Great stockman, Dean! Coincidentally, I cut myself last week when I fumbled the knife while setting up a glamor shot of the canoe Rachel scrimshawed for me. No stitches or bone showing, but definitely the worst knife cut I've ever had.
Impressive pair, Jon! You know your rosewood lambsfoot is nearly identical to mine, and now I have a Case saw cut brown CV Barlow nearly identical to yours!
Thanks for the clarification, Vince. I thought maybe you were giving us a sneak preview of your Sunday carries, but then I remembered "Sabbath" is often used for Saturday, too.
Thanks, Dean. Your navy blue Tribal Lock has nice dark blue all the way to the bolster, which I think is optimal!
Sensational pair of 93s, Ron! Do you and Harry @Old Engineer have a pact about pairing these up?
Jeff, I admire a man with a plan, and the tools to carry it out!
Sons can be quite exasperating to their moms, Tom!
Man, those Presidentials are heavenly knives!!
Bunch of Case beauties, Steve! (Kinda favor mini copperlocks, eh? )
Thank you, sir.
That Catt scout is something else, JJ!
Charming couple of Churchills, Will! I enjoyed the story of how you finally found the cougar-clawed model that had been MIA for months.
Sweet swayback, John!
That 7 OT must have come out after Buck introduced the 110, right?
Congrats on the stag 2-blade Swayback Jack; what a prize!
Scintillating stockman, Steve!
Excellent photo of your Fine TC Barlow, Dean!
Charming pic, Gev!
Superlative shot, Harvey!
Very scenic setting for a very satisfying knife!
Dave, your shot reminds me that we returned home from vacation to a raised bed full of greens that need harvesting soon!
Stunning Barlow GT. Great minds think alike ( And have great taste in cutlery)
Yeah, I'm pretty tired of it and they're predicting another week. It does cool down for a few hours before sunrise to 80 degrees, though.
Not my fault! I didn't sharpen the edge on that canoe.
Nice Case Barlow.
Thank you, Gary.
Monday night football, Johnsonville brats and a good knife...
I like a little watch pocket knife that I can pull out at work.
Thanks for the compliment on the 93's Gary! All I can say about two old engineers like Harry @Old Engineer and myself is, great minds really do think alike! Our only pact being we both have similar tastes in cutlery! You got a great Barlow there. I bought three in hopes of getting a good one. I got one of the three that has matching covers on the pile and mark sides. The other two not so good. I really need to get them out and photograph them for the Case Barlow thread.
Ebony Churchill before sunset
Paul, is there a little color in that wood? If so, it looks darned good
@5K Qs- Thank you GT. Sorry for the knife cut mishap. Heal quickly.
@Gevonovich - Thank you Gev. I had already acquired a sample. Taking your advice, I found online a free copy of Ouspensky’s “In Search of the Miraculous.”
Thank you, but no color as the covers are INK black, it's just a reflection off my sunglasses
Don't forget the mustard! Or the beer.
Par for the course around these parts!
I too put my 35 in my pocket about then. Good company
Free...I have to smile Thank you,Harvey
Northwoods Hawthorne Jack in red linen micarta
I’m partial to the clips myself.