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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I was just admiring mine over an afternoon cup of coffee...
No, I did the scalping to get it
Just got this one in the mail, I'll be fondling it all night
Cheers to the weekend everybody!
Thank you for the kind compliments, fellas, always appreciated!
My daughter wanted to choose my knife today so she selected the 66 in red bone and since I was wanting to compare a new acquisition with that one anyway, it kind of worked out. This Case I just picked up off the Exchange is in CV, has hollow ground blades (interesting), and a punch instead of a spey blade. Very nice action and an overall very sturdy knife, I think I am going to like this one a lot.
I decided to carry some Stag today since this day ends with a " Y " . Also decided to carry an Older Knife that I have not carried for some time . So I just reached into my Ol Knives Drawer and came out with this Old Stag Kronenkrebs . This is one that I watched in an Antique store from a while until they agreed with me on a price . All older photos
This is a big heavy solid knife .
Good catch! I've only seen that Case Punch Stockman in cv steel with either amber bone or yellow delrin. It looks good in black.
Two beauties there. That Case looks like a handy pocket companion, love the clip/sheepfoot/punch combo.
Snow on the ground and light rain/drizzle in the sky most of today here. Had this GEC 74 along today.
Nothing like a robust Case knife to jumpstart the weekend.
Case - Tony Bose Collab 2019 Bullnose Trapper in 6.5 Bone Stag
A classically styled folder with a 3-3⁄4" drop point blade and a 3-3⁄4" spey blade of 154-CM stainless at 59-61 Rc. Weighs 6.3 oz. Measures 4-1⁄2" closed.
Thank you Dennis. Nice kit, especially the telescope.
@JJ Cahill - Thank you JJ. A couple of fine knives. The bale is a nice touch on the Syracuse Jack.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Great Hartshead and pears Image. The TC scratched Ancient is beyond cool.
@Gevonovich - Thank you kindly, Gev. Had to download the book in order to understand relevance. Excellent image.
Newly acquired G. Ibberson, Sheffield.
Thank you kindly good Sir!!! Wonderful pear(s) for you today Jack; really like the old pump background with your timeless Barlow, very cool!
Thank you very much Harvey!!!
Stunning jigging on your Sheffield lamb; you new G. Ibberson is certainly a mighty fine pen, too!
Figured these two would work for a little Saturday project; a 35 Calf Pen and an 81 Bull Moose.
French, Charlie's SFO, Sardinian arghhhhh what a hell to choose !
The Robeson patch came out better than the Camillus. I'll still try to scratch the Camillus with some sawteeth.
Anyway, these four yesterday; I might omit the Camillus today.