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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
WOW, look at that OVB!!! NICE Stuart
Rockin' the barlow today.
Some great knives. Haven't been around much the past couple of weeks, just moved house.
haven't even unpacked my knives yet
But this bueaty was delivered in the middle of the move. So this it's first day.
Calendar photograph !!
Just switched over to my humble Buck 303. Gifted to me by my departed Dad more than 45 years ago.
Case Brothers gunboat.
Woodie warmth is welcomed, Steve.
Fine knife and a great token of love.
That wood looks as brilliant and translucent as acrylic. What a picture!!
A knife that carries those memories is never humble, even though it may be quiet. What a memento.
That one is new to me and blew me out of the water when I saw it. Thanks for sharing it.
Thanks, Paul. I meant to include this thank-you in my prior multi-quote, but the picture of you and Ron @Half/Stop caught me off guard.
Love the fragrance; thank you kindly Paul!!!
Thank you Jack!!! Two more wonderful Sheffields for you, the WM Sleeveboard looks like quite a jewel!
Thank you very much Gev!!!
Another magnificent image of your stupendous Schrade; beautiful bone covers!
Incredibly cool swage work on your Wharncliffe; the covers are mighty fine as well!
Quite a nice pair Stuart; your OVB is certainly a beautiful beast!
Thank you kindly good Sir!!! Lovely Laguiole you have today; my favorite French classic!
My two sharp pals today are both very practical; a GEC 71 and a Victorinox Farmer.
Today with the Portuguese "Martins" -Palaçoulo.
That's a handsome Boker; is it a lockback?
Good morning, everyone.
We've got Wooden Wednesday, and Old Friends Friday. Perhaps an Oddball Thursday is called for.
Nice. Do those extra big pins have a function?
Good question. I wish I knew...
Yes, it is a lockback. And that's a handsome old knife.