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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Did you regrind the blade with a hollow? If so, good idea.
If not, um, don't mind me.
Much thanks, JJ. Your 35 Calf Pen sure is nice.
@Coreman - Very nice Bastinelli Cal Persian.
@Gary W. Graley - Your Walnut magnifier looks great, Gary.
@5K Qs Love your Marbles Ram’s Horn Sowbelly Stockman, GT.
@Gevonovich - Thank you Gev. I also down loaded his Pulitzer Prize winning “Early Autumn.” Great image of a beautiful yesteryear Jack. May I ask who is the Company?
@Jack Black - Thank you kindly Jack. Magnificent machinery. I see your well equipped, knife-wise.
@JohnDF - Much thanks, John. That’s a cool Orvis.
J. Crookes(Sheffield) and the Tissot banana watch
I was packing up for a quick rabbit hunt, and then came the rain (2 minutes after this picture).
Beautiful covers on both of your totes, Gary; the Ironwood on your "Valley Jack" is sublime!
Thank you kindly good Sir!!!
Lovely old Shapleigh, Gev; love the cool bone and propeller shield!
Definitely an awesome heritage piece of Sheffield history Jack; thanks for sharing your wonderful image!
That's really an awesome shot David; very cool cutlery, too!
Thank you Harvey!!!
Fabulous old J. Crookes lamb with your very unique Tissot; fantastic pairing!
My Saturday totes came in very handy for my "baby precision" rifle tweak; changed out everything except the barrel and receiver on this trusty old Ruger.
Great tote combo Stuart; really like that classic old Remington shell box, very cool shot too!
Stuart, the 16 gauge is such an under appreciated shotgun. Good to see them still getting used. A buddy of mine has one in an old single shot. It accounted for seven grouse one day as we passed it back and forth between him, his son and me.
Thank you JJ. Looks like I’m early for a change, Now that I have better look, really liking the 81 Bull Moose, especially the cover. I can also see that you meticulously maintain your “baby ruger as nicely as you do your knives.
Can't love these enough... Congrats man...
and Dare I call Dibs for furure ?
So it's raining trucks and dogs now ?
Out on a drive today
Thought I would go with some stag on Sunday.
Couple good looking knives there! No question whether those shields are pinned or glued!
Thanks a lot Dean
That's very cool David
Thanks again JJ, looks like you've been busy my friend
Very nice I think we're working the same shift JJ
Have a wonderful Sunday folks
This one with me for bush walking today. No bushfire!
This week's new arrival- GEC 62 Easy Pocket Congress. Really pleased with it, who said Redbone can't be done today?
Love this combo, well used and cherished I see.
Rainy day,did nothing to handles.Do carry a fair bit, just a stock antique yellow jigged bone 142116 but thanks. 315
Good eye. Professionally reground to a flat 120 grit finish. Nice and thin and it just keeps on cutting. Sharpest knife ever in my possession thus far.