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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
What a drag for Christmas season hoping you get fit&well soon Lance
Two Great Straights But I'm opting for the CASE today.
Might need a lawn tractor.
They will find and send you some shields, but then you have to put them in straight by yourself. They recommend superglue. Epoxy is probably better, but it's messier, and if you have fine motor challenges...
Predicted high of 55 here today! Down to 40 on Sunday.
Reading the news on the net about Venice being flooded once again, when on the first photograph I spot something familiar... What a coincidence that I am toting Charlie's ancient barlow today! @waynorth
Hmm, that Case is what I am going to find under the christmas tree tomorrow. Beautifully made, spring flush in all 3 positions and gorgeous jigging.
Yes, I have been a naughty boy, checking out the presents in advance.
This one is actually for the dogs, so I’m reluctant to put it under the tree early. They will do well this year.
And I’ll have the Shuffler with me to help out.
I was in Venice in 1967, and we saw the waterlines from the previous year's flood, which I believe was the record until this year. Before we left they had put up those sawhorse boardwalks. It was kind of exciting to see such high water where it should have been dry, but kind of rough on the buildings and the residents.
I can't find my gondola shaped knife, so this will have to do.
I'm not actually carrying the Sino-Venetian choo-choo.
Blimey, how'd I get so far behind with this thread, I only posted yesterday?!
Very nice John
Thank you Vince
A fine-looking pair Stuart
Thanks pal, really pleased with it
Thank you Harvey
Terrific Trio Harvey, and a fab pic
I'm smiling too Stuart Thanks again my friend I noticed that about the candies! They are very moreish, I had to put the bag in my coat pocket in the hall yesterday, to stop me eating them all!
It might be old age Jeff! I noticed I had made two payments this time last year, but I must have bought a membership for someone else rather than myself! Thanks again to Shawn @Wuurwulf for his generosity, and for saving me a day messing around with my Google and BF settings
Great pics Jeff
Fab photos of that fine threesome Dean
Seems to have been raining a lot all over the northern hemisphere this year Nice to see that one Ron
Thanks a lot JJ, the Primble and the candy were a thoughtful gift from Stuart @Duckdog
Love that match safe JJ, it's the ideal partner for your Remington Scout
Hope everyone's week is off to a good start, and that you're all in a holiday mood Thought I'd carry these two again today
It's a wonderful chilly and foggy morning, I've got some cozy new wool socks and still toting this superb knife. Hope you all have a good 'un today.
Hope you heal up quickly.
Thank you, Jack.
Going to watch Star Wars and do a little last-minute shopping...
Great scout!!! You and I are of similar mind today. My RS3333 is one of my two favorite camp knives. An absolute work of art in every way. I'll be carrying it for the rest of the week, with Christmas quickly approaching. It's the sort of knife that every young boy once dreamt of getting as a Christmas present, after thumbing thorough the ads in Boys' Life magazine for the thousanth time.
The main one today. Been anticipating this one most of the year. Not disappointed. Exceeds expectations. Quite extraordinary, actually.
My task today is to wrap some gifts, and make a run to the market for a rib roast for Christmas Day. Be safe! It's crazy out there!
Rough rider moose knife. Merry Christmas.
I like the way epoxy gives you more time to adjust the shield before it sets. Hate superglue. It can get brittle with age, and I have to wear latex gloves that I can slip out of when I glue my hand to the table.
I read somewhere that they were trying to calculate how much and at what rate Venice has sunk. They couldn't find written records going back very far, and someone had the brilliant idea of going to the museums to look at the water level depicted in the old paintings.
And Festivus, of course!
Today I've got the new Forum knife and this ole butter & molasses.