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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
A gentleman and a bruiser.
That yellow cigar Jack is absolutely awesome!
Was kinda looking forward to having a big 307 in my pocket this weekend as I very rarely carry one. Actually I’ve only ever carried 3 of them each for a day as that’s all I own. Have two more in route but USPS never showed Yesterday so no love for the the monster stockman today. No harm as this 303 will do all I need and I’ll carry a couple biguns this week.
Have a wonderful Sunday all and be safe.
Two smiles that cross the Atlantic and arrive in Portugal, congratulations Jon.
Today with Gec # 73 in stag and stainless steel.
Thanks for the encouragement Jack!
Thanks Ron! It was definitely a feel good day for my crew.
And I will receive that Transatlantic congratulations with another smile. Thanks José!
Have a peaceful Sunday!
Goin' small and sanitized today.
Kind of a slow morning around here, fog came in so it’s a little cool and breezy...sit awhile longer with a second coffee and peruse BF posts.
The world needs more people like you.
Camillus 51 and a Eureka Jack
Lol Harry, I bet you’ll hang onto that EO! I know I would! Thanks for the compliment on my stag carries for today buddy! That pruner really is a grand old knife my friend. I’d say it’s worth at least $28 on a good day! I really hope we get to see you guys sometime. We enjoy Nancy and your company and value your friendship more than you may know! We’ll stay safe and y’all please do the same my friend!
Thank you JJ. Two yellow beauties, today. The cigar with the pinstripes is exceptional. Nice warm tones.
Thank you Jack. Every time I see the “Diamond Jack” I tell myself “What a beautiful knife.”
JB Ebony SFO and a JBB Power Tool.
12 tomatoes and 38 peppers in the ground. Daddy’s tired!
Carrying Grandads tribute knife today while I do some projects and try to diagnose a parking brake issue with the truck.
Le Thiers par Chambriard, juniper handle.
Miguel Nieto from Spain, curly birch handle.
US military demo knife, all stainless steel.
(All three courtesy of @timberweasel.)