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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
OUCH! Heal quickly, David. Nice knife, BTW...
I could have that as a wallpaper on my screen.
Thank you! I thought it would go unnoticed.
Now that's an overstatement!
Pure class. I have an ebony one, but this one is even nicer.
This photo is just top notch. You should sell it to case for advertisement purposes.
It's not only sportsmen that bleed for their hobby.
Well thank you sir! But dont sell yours short, ebony is one of the most classy handles. A favorite of mine and it ages so well.
Careful, knives are sharp.
Thanks for the kind words
That looks delicious Harvey
Treating myself to a Double Lambsfoot Day tomorrow
My paps old Camillus scout and a Victorinox Farmer today
Trying to stay warm today.
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week is a Rough Rider stag copperhead:
Lambsfoot of the Week is the 2018 Guardians ebony lambsfoot SFO for Jack Black. I call mine Black Jack:
Peanut of the Week is a Chinese Schrade 72OT:
Wooden Wednesday in the black and white world.
Nice stag on your RR copperhead, Gary.
I was surprised they used it again after all the trouble they supposedly had with it on the #25's.
I carried this one for the first time today.
Ruh roh, I know that feeling, I cut myself with my lambsfoot about 30 seconds after it came out of the box. Hope you don't need stitches.
Incidentally I'm using just that knife to make grilled cheese for the kids
Schizoid Jack is back.
Thanks guys, yep went to trim the edge of a piece of luan overlaying subflooring. Only need a 1/16th to an 1/8th inch trimmed off so easier with a knife. What I didn't count on was the lanyard catching the corner when I went to make a second pass with the knife. Pulled it right out of my hand, slicing the tip of my ring finger. I'm just glad it only got one finger,I had just touched up the edge 5 minutes prior, least it was a clean cut Use caution if you like fobs or lanyards
Thanks, no stitches,just the tip of one finger across the pad. I'm lucky in that cuts usually stop bleeding quickly with me and they usually close well as long as its a clean cut. I just had touched up the edge so it was nice and sharp,but that actually is better than a ragged cut from a dull knife.
Carrying this dandy little Camillus pen knife today.
Today was the first time I ate an apple In probably 15 years if you can believe that, this little fella handled it like a champ.
A longer blade would have more appropriate but it wasn't a big deal.
Man them apples sure patina a blade fast don't they , I'll have to remember that.
I was working out of the office pretty much all week. Today a young man we just hired was with us trying to tear things with his teeth. Since we were going to be there for a few hours, I didn’t want him to break a tooth so I took pity on him and let him borrow my new/old Buck 303. He promised not to come back to work without a knife again