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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Boker large stockman in burnt stag and Evolution Grip 14.
We have been having a great discussion about old Case Jigged Red Bone on the thread entitled, “Case red bone pictures.” I wonder why this color is so hard to produce currently. Charlie C alluded to a possibility that I have read about before: those old dyes were toxic! Anyone know anything about that?
My deerless deer season is over, so I'm totin' this one just for the memories of days outdoors enjoying the the scenery.
By William Cheatham.
Thanks! @Half/Stop was quite surprised to find it! 78/86 again!
Both Schrades are sharp, but I can’t tear my eyes of the color and detailing of your Barlow.
@5K Qs - SO nice to hear you say that, GT. Thank you.
Great looking stockman Jeff.
Thanks, Paul, it's the closest thing to a stainless #82 Dixie I could find! It's been in my pocket a lot.
Great minds think alike.
Frozen lake carry
These are from my plum tree, except for he S&M.
Smooth stag GEC 06
That whittler is unique, to me at least.
A pocketful of pleasure that you are totin' there, Jack.
Potent pair, Ron.
You don't see alligator skin covers that often, Gev. Very nice.
Fine pairing, Steve.
What a terrific trio!!
That Bernard looks like a fine bird & trout knife, Harry.
Gorgeous pair and picture thereof, JJ.
Stupendous stag, Ron. Stunning.
Thanks, Steve. Just trying to keep up the standards.
Thanks, again, GT, and I agree with your observation on our Monroe Hdwe knives.
Alox of the Week is a silver Vic Farmer (thanks, Tom):
non-Alox SAK of the Week is a Vic Recruit:
Bailed non-SAK of the Week is a Colonial Forest-Master, my first ever knife from about 1960:
International Knife of the Week is a modified Opinel #8 (thanks, Dave):
Love the classic Casio.
That classic square Casio shape is my favorite for digital watches.
Nice choice of knives as well.
Awesome little belt knife, I need to get me something along these lines.
Thank very much for the kind words Sir . This is the 2nd Arno Bernard that I have handled , I gifted one , and the F & F on both is un-real .
Thank you very much Stuart . I believe that you are correct but I would want a Lanyard on one used around Water . Not because of Blade Material though .
This one is basically a Safe Queen .
Excellent selection sir, I really love that opinel... What is the handle material? It's gorgeous
GEC 62 Red Jigged Bone