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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Today is a day for the Ventilator! Scourge of takeout coffee cup lids wherever they may lurk!
Watch Pocket Knife this week is a Colonial wireframe with clip/caplifter blade combo and "Formica" handle inlays (thanks, Dave):
Big Knife this week is a Rough Rider fish knife that's perfect for picnics and BBQs; too bad they don't exist in Michigan in February (thanks, Mark):
Miscellaneous Knife this week is a Case sawcut brown bone Barlow:
I was ventilating a while back when I had just got my old remington scout (and looked for things to do with it) and was also drinking coffee. It's been a while since I've had coffee.
For me, a blade and an opener/screwdriver is an essential tool...but I do like a knife I can open with one hand. So after 3 or so years carrying a Beer Scout on a daily basis, I’m throwing this newly purchased pair in my pockets today (I wanted to join the two-knife club too). I figured out how to open the Russlock one handed pretty quickly though my thumb is paying the price this am
That's a really cool little knife, GT.
Kind of a crossbreed between Art Deco, Boys Knife, and Hillbilly (with full respect David).
Boker Trapper+Buck Skinner,
Thank you Jack, speaking of well aged your Heartshead is aging wonderfully
Been a while since I carried this knife. It’s a perfect design!
Thanks Gary, apparently we have another (lesser) storm on the way I think the scales are just anodized steel (no liners). Perhaps 'Never Health Embroidery' was badly translated from 'Oil The Joints'!
Sorry to hear that Ron, it's still windy here, but otherwise, it's been alternatively, rain, sun, and sleet, throughout the day Hope you don't suffer any property damage. Thank you my friend
Those two look good together Ron
Very nice John
Nice piano keys Rachel
Very interesting group of knives there Gary
Thanks a lot Paul, hope you're doing OK brother
That's a couple of boxes of pure fun, brings back a lot of memories, most of us had those growing up.
@Jack Black ~
Got my quotes mixed up...
I meant to say that I like Herringbone Tweed almost as much as Sheffield cutlery when thinking of things from the Isles.
@JaxBaron ~ the nice redbone compliment was aimed at your Peanut.
@5K Qs~ thank you!
Thanks, Jack. I do like a black & white combo, and no actual unicorns were harmed.
A couple of woodies today, Oregon Trapper and a Remington Jack .
I like that Wire frame !
These two today
Thanks Jeff, me too, I feel under-dressed if I leave home without my Harris tweed cap I also like the 'flat-cap jigging' found on some old Sheffield knives
your thumb will get used to the Russlock, they are great knives. I've been told that everyone needs a one handed knife and no matter how many modern flippers I have tried I keep coming back to the Russlock.