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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
@Pt-Luso Appreciate that José, fine knife
Thank you very much, Gary.
Today with more examples of Portuguese stag knives.
I've been eyeing this knife for a couple weeks. I was just waiting to see what the GEC 62s we're looking like first. If I stick to my guns and just get the unicorn ivory 62, one of these will be next. Love the wharncliffe mini trappers!
Happy Stagurday everyone
Today I'm ready with a trio that could just about tackle anything.
One of my absolute favourites.
Unintentionally matching lanyards today.
Nice collection Gary, and it's nice to see that Toledo knife, and your fancy Lambsfoot
That's a very nice collection of chestnut bone.
Wow! I'll bet those feel nice in hand.
Today I'm carrying a pair of new to me Case knives that I picked out of the Neverending Passaround Giveaway Box.
A Copperhead in white bone that will most likely become a canvas for scrimshaw at some point. I've got to stare at it until inspiration strikes. Thanks, @JoeGoblyn. And a Jumbo! Stockman. At 4¼", it's the biggest stockman I've ever handled. I'm afraid I don't remember who contributed it to the box, but thank you, whoever you are. Both are CV steel, but have no patina...yet.
Look at the sheepfoot on this beast!
Thank you! I agree I wished they would do more of it!
switching it up tonight.
Stag and Sawcut, the best kind of day.
Stag Lambsfoot for Saturday.
Couple of classics today
I haven’t carried this small-but-mighty knife in a while, but every time I do I’m blown away by it. It thinks it’s a full-grown knife, and it behaves like one.
2 snappy ones! Headed out to a crab feed at the Elks Lodge with my grandfather. And what a great pair!
Thank you, Jack!
Thank you, Gary! Your Lambsfoot stag senator is a looker.