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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thanks fellas !
Maybe you should try a Buck 301 made by Schrade - BUCK 301 ... Ken
Thanks, Jeff. It's bone stag, I guess they call it. It's his TK-11 B&T. Nice little fixed blade, and the CPM-D2 is a pretty nice steel. I like the swedge too, very nicely done.
I have a few of Tom's knives, and have let a few get away from me. They are/were all excellent.
A fine pair, Jack, and though it's always a pleasure to see your Hartshead, I'm really enjoying looking at that I-XL!
That's one you don't see come up too often. My daughter would go bananas over that.
Happy Friday, folks!
Thanks Ron, it gets better looking with age & use.
Carried the 29 again today along with a 72 GEC, kicking off the Memorial Day weekend.
Ron, that big Jack knife of yours is one of my favorites that I've seen posted on the site. I know I've seen it here before and it stuck with me then.
Love the dark jigged wood, wenge right?
I am definitely a fan. 66’ and 67’ v1
You have a great example. You ever decide to part with it let me know.
OO definitely improves with age!
Thanks a lot Greg! That’s quite a compliment my friend! It’s a #53 Furtaker Trapper and it is Jigged Wenge Wood!
Thank you Gev.
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Thank you very much Jack!!!
A very fine Spring day image of your HHB, along with your classic IXL lamb, they make a wonderful Friday pair!
Thank you very kindly, Gev!!!
It's always a treat to see one of your marvelous old friends; lovely remnants of a golden cutlery era!
Thanks a bunch, Harvey!!!
An amazing and unique pair for you today; love those covers on your J. Milner & Co and I'm fascinated by your Le Thiers Douk-Douk, very cool all around!
A beefy five bladed German wearing stag for today.
I have been told the 1967, is the hardest one to find.
Is any of the blades on your knife stamped "301"... Ken
Setter+Mini Fox River,
Today with GEC # 83 in natural stag, serialized (nº 28).
Thanks Gev, I've had it about 2-3 years now, and am really pleased with it. I should get one of the wooden-handled ones, and get a better sheath made for it really
Thanks a lot Harvey, gorgeous Milner, and that's a very interesting Cognet, I've not seen that model before
Many thanks Dylan, it's a shame it has the other foot! Lovely photo there
Thank you kindly JJ, that's a wonderfully chunky pocketful of staggy goodness my friend
My Hartshead Barlow is making me into a dull boy! Inspired by @cigarrodog , I thought I'd pair it with this Cognet Ecureuil Have a great weekend folks