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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Confinement, day 9.
Thanks Ron, Zorro always makes me smile
Very cool John
Stay safe Rachel, hopefully whittlin'll get you through
Congratulations on the new arrival buddy
Me and La Combre clip today:
My new friend "Barkie" is a bit homesick for his previous home thousands of miles away in Alberta.
I found out he used to hang out with a red bone easy pocket congress back home
So today I paired him out with mine to make his transition to his new home easier
@Crazy Canuck GAW
Thank you, Jack.
Two for Tuesday:
One in the pocket, one on the belt. Stag, bone, steel, and leather: all good things.
Hope everyone is doing well today.
John with the influences from you and @Jack Black I'm going to carry my Lambs Foot on a regular basis. the one I had a few years ago was so stiff that I couldn't open it so I moved it along to my son, The one I have now is still stiff but I can get open without to much trouble. I don't know why I have waited so long to give these a try they really feel good in the hand and I love straight bladed knives. I'm so impressed with my lambs foot that I am now looking at an Ettrick to keep it company, there is something about that knife that's just calling my name.
BTW love the Lone Ranger knife, that's one to be proud of.
Same to you, my friend.
"Had" to add the Case tear drop to the three already in my pocket.
FWIW, that pocket still feels light.
Does anyone know or have a idea as to where my 1x3 inch fine Arkansas pocket stone wandered off to?
Since there is little likelihood I will need a spey/budding/grafting blade today, and since a coping blade and Wharncliffe can both take the place of a sheepsfoot when a straight blade is needed, I just took the stockman out of my pocket, and added the Grohmann R350S two blade jack knife.
The pocket still feels light.
I hope you get along well with the Lambsfoot knife.
To me, it is the perfect EDC blade shape... rugged and functional.
Thank you. I like knives that make me smile when I pull them out of my pocket.
Very nice knives AND komboloi !!!
I love it
That looks good Ron . Looking forward to more photos after you get it cleaned up a little . It makes your AC look like a Little Shorty with Great Stag . I wonder if there will be a Run on Loewen Messers now ?????? Your photo shows that the Lions Knife has a pretty long blade . Probably illegal in Chicago but legal in our house . Be safe my friend .
Old Bear + Buck301 BF 2018,
Stag&Wood, WFH combo.
Old Pics used for this TWO TEWs Tuesday
Come and join us in the Guardians thread buddy, and check out the thread index with lots of advice on sweetening up a Lambsfoot
Went for the old Empire Winsted, CT today. The snap on this baby all these years later is still strong.