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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Pulled this one out for the afternoon.
Thank you fine sir !! Have a great weekend my friend
What a trio That lockback....swoon
Another fine pairing !!!
Bagels and Lox and olives...gone to heaven right there !!! Super images
take a bite...read Bromfield.....mmmmm turn pages with the Waynorth............the code of wholeness
Brass bonanza, Taylor!
Congrats on special knives and specialer friends!
What could be better than a pic with a couple of Cases and a cat?
Unless it's a pic of a Douk-Douk and a dog, below!
Your pride was probably somewhat accentuated by perspective!
Both nice, but the one on the right, and its sheath, really grabbed my attention!
You know you'll feel like you're "Back in the Saddle Again" if you get a Gene Autry knife.
He's got both hands full of good stuff!
Thanks, John & Harvey & JJ. I think the covers on the LF&C are called waterfall celluloid, but I could be way off base with that.
I'll just watch you tote yours, Stuart; you tote trappers much better than I do (and the trappers you tote are usually better than mine)!
Thanks for the kind words, Jack. My "checkering project" would be even more interesting if I actually went beyond the planning stage.
HHB against the blue sky is very cheerful, and that Primble is primo!
Excellent Old Cross SAK, José!
Splendid "whiter shade of pale" pair!
A pair to be proud of, Tom! I saw Rick's photo of the case of scouts you found yours in; you must have the eyes of an eagle!
That knife is like the "Girl from Ipanema" in the song: tall and tan and young and lovely! (maybe not so young anymore, but age is all relative)
Congrats on the new Black Jack!
I used to occasionally stop at the Tractor Supply in Hudsonville to check out their knife display, but I don't think I ever bought a knife there. I'm not aware of knife shows other than the Grand Rapids Gun & Knife Show that comes around 3 or 4 times a year lately. I haven't been to that since they moved to the north side of town, so I don't know if it's different than when it was on 28th Street. I attended it several times in the old location, and even though it's much more about guns than knives, as you noted, I've bought some knives I like at that show. These all came from there (also a Vic Champion and a Vic Huntsman, not pictured):
Decided to do the Peanut Program today- new ground for me but I have some heavier arn on my hip as a backup. Got this puppy a little edgy and maybe it will be good for something.
Thank you, Jack. It's one of my favorite blade combinations.
It's all in how you look at it.
Yes I reuse parchment paper. And my 29.
Spent the afternoon in friends' flat, just the other side of the street (and 6 floors higher).
Great photo! Are they using a lot of solar panels there?
My micarta turned to bone...
For Old Friends Friday, I pulled out these two to tote: Queen #20 toothpick (1949-1958) and Schatt & Morgan equal end pen (1902-1928).
Thank you. As you can see, not too many yet, but they are promoting solar panels and next year there will be more I think.
Great shot of the jigging on that one, very nice!
Thank you GT, appreciate the comment.
A Queen made 1988 smooth bone Winchester moose and an older jigged bone Remington jack are in my pockets today.
Rolling with the 25 this evening.
That’s a great shot! I miss my 25, wish I still had it.
6 years of searching and its finally mine! A 1 of 5
Did some critter meet its demise with the missing part of that cartridge??