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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Looks exceptional! And a distinct improvement Jeff does really great work
Going to tote vintage Case knives for the next few days.
Thank you, Jack! Gorgeous covers on your Boker; it certainly brightens up a day.
Thank you so much, Gev!
Couple of nice Canoe's there.
Thank you very kindly my friend .
Nothing like some high quality ebony
Oregon trapper and a Rough Rider stockman were in my pockets today.
Opinel No.6 in walnut
Exceptional pattern Travman, I have a couple as well that are very seldom carried, seeing yours has inspired me to enter into my rotation I didn't know about the green/emerald acrylic
Thank you Will, and I totally agree about Jeff typing one handed/one finger, had impingement shoulder surgery at 7:00 am and the nerve block still hasn't worn off had the other shoulder done 4 yrs ago and it was the same thing with the nerve block...wow that seemed like a long reply with one finger and correcting all the typo's
Thanks Paul. That green one is on loan from my Brother-in-Law. He loves pocket knives even more than me.
I think the Canoe was the least produced pattern by GEC. So these don’t pop up very often. We would all love to see your Canoes.
Outfitting done well
This one since it went in my pocket on Monday
Wondrous wood (and file work), JJ.
Your dark beauties brightened my day, Ron. Made me forget about raking leaves for the county sweep-up.
Well done, Alan (that takes a lot of brass to pull off).
Interesting spey on that handsome Case trapper, Jeff. That'l take 'em off nice and quick!
Sweet strawberry bone, Jeff. Have a safe hunting trip.
Both are very nice, Steve.
Simple elegance, Gev. So sinuous!
Queen City cattle knife (1922-1932) and a Jarrett Fleming Talus (2017) are today's totes.
Stuart you hit the nail on the head.
Lovely bone on that QC !
I hope for you that the shoulder healing goes well my friend .