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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Worn out from grandkids...priceless
Lol, thanks GT, I certainly was
These two for Wednesday.
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. Love the warmth and color of the Masserin, as well as your Ebony Lionsteel.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. That’s a lovely pair + the beautiful background of your Hartshead Barlow.
@Prester John - Vince, your Wooden Wednesday image hits all the right notes, perfectly.
HSB Junior Cattle Knife today, but it’s just riding a pocket; a Buck 110 LT has done all the work so far! OH
Big spear blade and a stockman for me today.
Had to tear down a out building today, forgot my saw,good thing I had this
bet you've got some blisters on your hand from that... it obviously needs a good sharpening, though... pretty ragged cut...
Ebony and ivory! Great photo.
I'm glad we got some impressive Case Barlows recently, gents!
I hope you get cooler weather soon!
I briefly thought about contacting you to see if you'd improved the edge of my canoe as well as its covers!
Thanks for the Barlow props.
We had Johnsonville turkey hotdogs last week; I was impressed!
Thanks, Ron. Sorry to hear that only a third of the Barlows you bought met expectations. I bought mine in a hardware store in Mackinaw City MI on the way to our vacation rental a couple of weeks ago. I'd never been there before, but I found out they were one of only two Case Master dealers in Michigan, so I wanted to try shopping for a knife in person and picking out a knife that "met my standards". I was only interested in the brown sawcut CV Barlow, but ironically, they only had one left in stock. The dye near the bolsters was a little lighter than I'd have preferred, but acceptable.
I like the way you caught the sunset reflecting in that ebony, Paul!
Thanks, Harvey. The V-cut is looking pretty good already; I think I'll only wear a band aid now if I'm doing something where I might bang the finger on something.
I appreciate your comments, JJ.
Nice description of those new GECs!
Variety is valued, Jack!
That pair of relatively new stags is illustrious!
You guys are playing sweet tunes!
Splendid pic of your elk under the ironwood, Mark!
Congrats on the Stockyard Whittler, Rachel! Speaking of whimsy, calling the knife Ramen indicates that you prioritize punches above pork! (And who DOESN'T put the shield upside down? )
That stag Churchill sure has a vintage vibe, Gev!
I'm impressed by your industry, Stuart, setting posts in near-100˚ heat! And your pic makes me think I really haven't grown up yet, even after 2/3 of a century, because I still don't have my own posthole digger.
Is that gorgeous 6347 an intentional choice this time, Dean? Both chestnut treatments are lookers!
Cool photo, Harvey! Can you explain what everything "means" in that Sheffield coat of (bare) arms?
That double jigging style is unique!
Champion pics that are amazingly similar in "mood", Nick and David!
Legging out an extra base hit with that duo, Vince!
Congrats on the results of the physical, Del; that's quite the colorful celebratory knife!!
My wife has a lot of milkweed growing in our side yard, but this summer I think we have only one Monarch in residence.
Excellent stag HHB, José!
Out of this world, Mark! (At first, I thought it memorialized the 50 years since I graduated from high school. )
Tremendous timber for today, John & Ron & Jeff!
Good to see you've gone straight, Stuart!
When Jeff is right, he's right @cjtamu!
What's your procedure for cleaning out the rust, Chris?
Gosh, it's a Grain Gala!
That must be one of those demolition knives I've heard about, David!
Ha ha ha. I posted this one a few days ago but didn't explain. This is my Woodford in Waterford photo. Kim was going through a box of unsorted items that hadn't been priced yet and asked me about a box that said "Waterford" on top. Open it and there are 4 whisky glasses with stickers still on them and in the original tissue paper. Someone had also stuck a string of pearls with a broken clasp inside. I went up and asked first about the glasses then about the pearls. You'd cry if you knew what I paid for them. The Case 6318 is also from the sale, so I put it with the glasses in the photo. I'll take a picture for you later of the carpenter's level I bought.
20190811_162436 by Chris Thayer, on Flickr
Thank you, Gary! Yes, a very intentional choice.
Out doing some chopping with a new knife, will live in the kitchen but wanted some fun first.
@5K Qs I can only guess, GT., but @Jack Black might know. It was billed as an 80s Hipster patch. It looks like an interpretation, celebrating Labor and Industry. that went way back. On the right side, I see an anvil, so perhaps it in reference to Sheffield as being known as a giant of the Steel Industry. At least that’s what I thought.
Uh oh! You have committed a musical equivalent of disrupting the universe by dividing by zero. Since there is only 1/2 step between E and F, there is no black key between them.
BUT. No matter how pose it, your gifted ebony 15 jack is a treat for my eyes.
Big, Beautiful spear blade, sunknife! Wow.
Thank you guys for the nice words! Gev, like what Gary said, I thought your Churchill was an old knife at first glance. Very nice.