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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
AC stag lambsfoot and ironwood 78. Beauties, both.
Hoping for light duties today. Case 07 and Queen #31.
Today I have old patchy and my usual stag stockman.
On Monday, my Blue Tribal lock.
Still toting this one from the weekend
Schrade day today
I think the scrimshaw Schrades are just ducky.
I just finished the sheath for this old queen #85 so I decided to put it on my belt.
Boy I tell ya the little #85 cuts like a scalpel, I wonder if the post 1920's examples are ground as thin ?
This arrived in the mail surprisingly soon and I just finished sharpening it so I'll be adding it to the mix as well.
Something light today.
Thanks Jeff. It certainly is a nice pattern and this one I picked up a few years ago functions beautifully. I've seen pics of the Pal & Imperials but not sure about any other makers.
I agree Stuart, ducky indeed.
Best looking imitation bone Delrin ever. Beautiful jigging pattern and perfect color.
GiantMouse GMF1 with touch of burlap
It’s beer o’clock on Micarta Monday.
I'll second the beer:30, I don't have any micarta though
Nice knives, but I'm most intrigued by the little lockback. I have an LB3 thats 3 inches closed, that one certainly looks even smaller. Really cool
Your comment brought a memory to mind, that of my Dad going grouse hunting. We mostly only small game hunted growing up, squirrels and rabbits. But grouse that was Dads thing,come a morning with a bit of fresh snow and he would get ready. His brown canvas bird vest with orange across the shoulders, shells in the loops,a checked flannel shirt, jeans and his boots. He would reach into the gun cabinet and take out that sleek Fox side by side 12, stuff his vest with a couple ham or steak biscuits and step through the door into the cold. Only to step back inside to grab the old prince Albert can he used to drink from mountain springs,give us a sheepish grin for having forgot it again, then be off for the day. I've shot many squirrels with him,we've kicked out many rabbits for one another, but I've only been with him once for grouse. Like I said its his thing, it's his time to reconnect with himself.
Not my Dad's knife,but very representative of the knives I've seen him clean many squirrels,rabbits, and grouse.