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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Brookes & Crookes, Sheffield.
I was in the USAF for four years but they sure never gave me one of those. Nice!
A Brookes & Crookes..WoW What a gem I love that name...lol
Breaking trail in 20 inches of snow—be careful what you wish for!
Much thanks, Gev. I love that name, too.
I like what you've done to the 305, there.
Indeed. We earn "winter" days like this by surviving the long summer.
Thanks, Harvey. It's a pretty neat little knife. Burt Foster sure makes a great knife.
Thanks, the previous owner had overheated the very tip of the coping blade and an awl was just about my only option once taking it down to some good steel.
I don't know how good an awl this size will be but as a small pokey tool its already come in handy a few times.
It's a great combination on larger knives for sure.
GEC Oil field Jack in Natural Micarta minus the sheepfoot secondary. Mod done by jsdistin
What great choices you chose for today my friend .
A S&M single spear blade in ebony and a Fight'n Rooster clip & drop point bladed copperhead in bone. I'm particularly
fond of the shields on both of these knives.
2 Lambfoots today
After carrying this little girl all day she did no work! But What a great carry though couldn’t even feel this ZT in my pocket had to keep doing pocket checks to make sure it didn’t disappear lol.
So I put her to work tonight opening up my dinner and she sliced open that box like a champion
Beautiful mod Paul and digging that Micarta!
The lines on this knife are beautiful! Like a thoroughbred horse!
We need to see more Le Thiers knives!
Wow Gev, amazing celluloid "candyman" covers on your great old Jack!
Thank you very kindly, Harvey!!!
Love the name "Brookes & Crookes," what a Uber Classic Sheffield; very cool!
Two totes from France both wearing wood for Wednesday; a Le Thiers by Chambriard in Juniper and a Le Provencal by Sabot in Olive.