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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
That made me spit coffee out, Stuart. Lol.
I used Hai Karate. Had to fight the girls off!
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Not worth my effort nor breath.
Take care to my select few friends here.
Lol, Vince. Unfortunately I was pretty much left alone. But it did smell nice.
In the airport so decided to work over some old pictures and make them look older.
Thank you so much, Harry. Your group there serves as fitting inspiration! That Cranberry TC continues to elude me.
I posted this pic in a different thread yesterday but I still had a couple of these blades close at hand for today.
Thank you Jack!!! That's certainly a sweet setup you have today; looks delicious!
Thanks Harvey!!! Great "pals" to have in your pocket; very cool!
Wow Gev, you Barlow is amazing; a rare jewel among jewels!
Great shot of your Camillus beauty Nick; maybe offering a knife with a "swell" will appease the surf gods!
Great couple of canoes; that FR 4 bladed canoe is really cool (Canoegress?)!
Great pair Stuart; how many limes did you skin?
Friday was overwhelming with the wonderful traditional knives on this thread! My Saturday totes will be be a 4 bladed BB Winchester slicer and a 1946-56 Imperial toothpick.
Couple days with one of my favorites.
Thank you very much Bruce.
And because today is Saturday, another stag in my pocket.
Today,I think I will tote a couple of ,not so improved, trappers,just for the simple fun of it.
Nice Canoes !
Nice one. That's still my favorite gec pattern, by a slight margin over the 82 stockman.
That’s really nice, Dave. What model is it? Love the rich chocolate color.
Have a great Schradurday, my friends.
Many thanks for sharing your photos.
233 & 881Y Schrades