Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Little [3 3/8"] RR and a Bantam today for work.
Nice little edc.
1979 Case Stockman with plenty of life left in it.
20200125_085125 by Lander boy Matt posted Jan 25, 2020 at 9:05 AM
CV Peanut rides in the watch pocket now, so, it's kinda there every day
and next to that is a magnifier that I made out of walnut, using a lens from camera lens discarded from where I work, pack rat I am...
edited to add, the shield on the Peanut was missing when I got it, so I carefully whittled down a piece of walnut to glue in place
Untitled by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
It’s a long, drawn out process because I’m just an amateur too, Willie. I’ll be driving out to Denver in April to visit, and I’d sure like to be able to take it to give to him. Gonna have to get crackin to be done by then!
Stag for Stagurday. What used to be a TL-29 makes for a pleasant single blade jack that begs to be carried and used. Patina doesn’t just happen, you know!
Morning. These from the last few days.
Schrade Walden Junior Cattle knife today
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week is a Marbles ram's horn sowbelly stockman:
Lambsfoot of the Week is Valley Jack, my 2019 Guardians desert ironwood lambsfoot:
Gosh, so many pictures of snow on this page. I hope we get at least one good freeze down here this year.
Even though it's Stagurday, I'm carrying double jigged bone.
Being an old Navy vet, Golden Shellback, that knife strikes a deep chord. Thanks for posting.
You're most welcome. Thank you for your service to our country.
We are headed to big bad Texas this weekend for a BJEC race, so I took a SW 881 Texas pattern stockman along with my usual 884.
These knives are identical in practical terms. Same size, same blades. The 881's blades are nearly full, which shows the amount of love the 884 has had.
I'd be very interested to hear your comparison. There are things I like about the Case more than the GEC, and vice versa.
Very cool pick up, Harvey.
Always nice to se the Valley Jack. Hope it brings you joy through the week.
What an absolute beauty!
I think I'll join you all in Stag Saturday...
Thank you John.
I hope you enjoy the read I turn and cut pages in old books Great cutlery !!