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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Can't agree with you, John: scared for my Chihuahua!
Just when I was getting use to seeing a cigar next to your daily carry.
For today I'll be pocketing these two wood covered totes from France.
Can be a legit threat.....the Eagle-Owl we have here (bubo-bubo in Latin) takes large Hares with ease and will go for Foxes if pushed, but I reckon they taste better than those little dogs
Beautiful pics Harvey
Many thanks JJ, you're very kind Two wonderful couteaux au poivre my friend!
Hope everyone is staying safe and well Rolling with these three today
Today with these two, one Portuguese and one German.
Aqua Blue Pioneer today ...
Thinking and praying for those in NY and elsewhere suffering heavily under this virus pandemic.
Great photos of those lovely Sheffield knives Harvey!
Beautiful wood on those two French beauties JJ!
Three nice choices there Jack! Well four, if you count “The Yorkshire Soap”! Mango!
I’m sheltered in with these two wooden clad companions this morning! I’ve got my Ebony #35 Tidioute Churchill and my Ironwood Wright’s Big ‘un Lambsfoot. I hope y’all are all safe and well!
Klein, Wright, and spinach.
This one today.
Couple of fine choices.
Thank you Bill!
Man, that blue is some kind of electric. I love SAK Pioneers; so useful and handy.
Great trio Jack. The "by the stream" photo makes me want to go for a nature hike. Love the way the browns in the leaves compliment the knife scales.
@5K Qs Gary, I’m with you on Black & Silver, that COLT looks real nice. Somehow in my mind that is a pocketknife’s proper look (yes, I do like some other colors). Must be why I’ve always been drawn to Buck Knives - for years their only option was B&S. OH
Very appropriate JB.