What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Pt-Luso

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If I get lost today they should be able to spot me from space with this carry :)
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Awesome combination of articles of the same color, Jon!!!;):thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

cigarrodog

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I'm going with these two 1930s jacks both wearing black. :)
Thank you, kindly, JJ. A beautiful and well kept pair of 30s Jacks. Two vintage gems. A fine well lit image seals the deal.


Beautiful Lamb :) You are making me hungry again my friend! :D :thumbsup:
Thank you Jack. Stuart Mitchell sure made a fine knife, judging from yours.

Sowbelly Stockman of the Week is a Rough Rider Silver Select sowbelly:
A beautiful quartet, GT.

old Navy knife is brown.
Gorgeous Navy knife, Jeff.

they should be able to spot me from space with this carry :)
Such a cool EDC.
 
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A vintage carry for today!!
Tested XX 6231 1/2, Rogers bone!! View attachment 1349459

Excellent choice! And your Navajo rings are just as much a delight to see in your scans as are your knives! :thumbsup::eek:

I’ve reached the end of the tunnel and I’m surrounded by light so a good ending to the week. I carried the Pony Jack today since it brought me good luck last Friday I thought I might as well try it again today.

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Hopefully it brings you a lot more luck. Those pony jacks are real eye catchers! I wish GEC would make some some 68s soon. I have a couple of 66s but the white owls and pony jacks always strike me as archetypal knives.
 

5K Qs

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Alox Knife of the Week is supposed to be this Money Clip, according to my rotation schedule. But I typically keep that knife in my office when it's not in my pocket (I often use it as a tie clip), and I haven't had authorization to enter my office for over 2 months :(
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non-Alox SAK of the Week is a Vic Recruit "customized" for whittling (thanks, Greg):
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Bailed non-SAK of the Week is a Marbles Workman trapper:
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International Knife of the Week is an "anonymous" (and almost certainly Chinese) Laguiole I bought in Denia, Spain about 5 years ago; it's an inexpensive, but quite pleasant, knife:
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- GT
 

Headwinds

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Alox Knife of the Week is supposed to be this Money Clip, according to my rotation schedule. But I typically keep that knife in my office when it's not in my pocket (I often use it as a tie clip), and I haven't had authorization to enter my office for over 2 months :(
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- GT
You’ve been teaching online classes - just think of the Money Clip as your online carry. (It’s right there on your screen.);)
 

Amir Fleschwund

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Great knives and great post !!!

Very kind of you, Gev!
I'm afraid your posts, photos, and blades set a high standard...
Speaking of which, is your tote for today a whittler? Wo made it?

TGIF denizens of the porch!
Old friend Friday for me. I figure if I carry and post the same knife almost everyday, the least I can do is spend some extra time on my images.
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Fine images, as always, Gary.
What does Mr Lloyd call that model? I personally would call it a trapper, but curious.

Gorgeous Navy knife, Jeff.
Thanks much, Harvey!
A pair of JB SFO Hartshead Lamb Foot Barlows hafted in vintage Sambar and Rosewood.
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And yours are so fine. I'll probably get a reprimand from the Porch, but I actually think I like the rosewood a tad more.

I think.

A vintage carry for today!!
Tested XX 6231 1/2, Rogers bone!! View attachment 1349459

Rogers bone indeed! Beautiful color on that bone.

I like to fantasize that this one was mfg the day my Father was born. Could be! 1904-1920. Still snappy and just feels good; yes, I am carrying and using it. View attachment 1349549 View attachment 1349550 View attachment 1349551

Oh, I understand fully. I'd have a hard time NOT carrying and using that knife.[/QUOTE]
 
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