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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks Harvey - that GEC jigged bone is very photogenic
Thank you kindly, Jack!!! You have a fabulous pair of slicers from both sides of the pond; great ram statue guarding your lamb!
Thank you Gary!!! I typically carry a different pair along with my daily "car carry":
Another fantastic foursome for you today Gary; love the shadow covers on your Sodbuster!
Thank you very much, Harvey!!! Lovely leaf to offset the wonderful lamb covers; excellent photo too!
Beautiful covers on you lamb, Gary; excellent image too!
Still this one. I have grown quite fond of this blade. Cuts well, easy to sharpen and with the sheath easy to carry. The handle is a bit of a compromice to say the least, but this is not a hard-use knife in any way.
Today's totes started life prior to 1954 at opposite ends of the pond; a Christopher Johnson Barlow and an old Pal scout.
Thanks Gary, I think I might have to get my dancing boots on again! Nice pocketful my friend
Many thanks Harvey
That's a beautiful photo
Stellar stag Alan
Nice pairing Rachel
LOL! Thanks pal, fantastic pic of your Valley Jack
Many thanks JJ
Those two look great together
Morning folks, I hope the new week starts kindly for everyone Toting my familiar Hartshead Barlow and a #15 Boy's Knife
Thank you very much Gary.
Thank you very much for your kindness, Gary.
This Ironwood is something very wonderful.
Today with this little Weidmannsheil in buffalo horn.
These two have been in my pocket at work everyday for several months now.
Why, thank you!
- nice knives, as ever
Gorgeous slab of Olivewood is it.....?
If I was going to design a Boys knife, it would look just like that.
I have meetings all day, so I'm not going to have any cutting duties. Something small just to fiddle with...
Yes Sir Olive wood it is.
You can "cut up"!
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Did you have to keep your knee elevated for a while, Jeff? Are you getting around OK now? Any special rehab regimen they recommended?
...my 2019 Guardians desert ironwood lambsfoot, a Jack Black SFO:
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The Guardian of the Guardians must have hand picked that one for you, Gary!
Really nice grain.
Going to see the ortho surgeon today. Hoping to get the ok to start working
out. Elevating and ice packs helped with the swelling, but gently moving it helped more.