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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Agree 100%, and the brass pins really set it off.
#34 with a newly added fob today.
(The coin is a 1977 Italian telephone token; the lighter is a Zippo.)
I was scratching my head there for a second, thinking, “I’m pretty sure that’s a #47…”
What an astounding picture
Looks like a vision of a new Cosmos through a port-hole. The knife is just right for it as it's a Barlow with plenty of metal on view
Now that I have a few traditionals I've been carrying them all more frequently, my first GEC is starting to show signs of carry.
Smooth bone canoe & rosewood jack today.
Many thanks, Dean !! I can't take credit for TC . All I did was point & shoot . The knife did the rest . Can you believe it's a "Factory Second" ?!
We're twinning, Dean !! Hope you two are still enjoying each others company .
Phenomenal carries my friend . Arguably two of the best in their class .
Carried these two, pickled some beets and stacked wood! Pretty productive day.
Laguiole in wood for Wednesday.
Thing 1? Or Thing 2?
Which one will I choose...
Wednesday wood decision, after a coin toss, is - the Roundhead.
Thanks a lot John, I thought just the same when I first picked it up, same with many old Sheffield penknives
Glad to hear you're all safe You've inspired me to carry a #66 myself today
I always enjoy seeing that Damascus Back-pocket Gev
Looking good Gary
Delightful duo Dean
You too Dave, hope you and all your neighbours stay safe
Many thanks my friend
Got to agree JJ, beautiful lines Looks like a solid user
Great pics Taylor, and a great pair of working knives
Morning folks, going with these two today
Can't keep away from this one
Today in the pocket with Puma 4 star in stag.
Thank you very much for your kindness, Will.
Decided to break out some medium size lockbacks that I own, but never carry. Today is a 1980 Case 21051 LSSP. Nicely made (from research I understand by ALCAN for Case), going to see what I think of it as a LFP EDC. OH