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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
These seem to pair well for me.
BIG DAY PLANNED!!! I'm going to sit on our front porch in a little while for a while and then at 4:00PM (1600), I'm going to drive a mile and a half up to our roadside mailbox to get our mail. Anything cold happen on the mail run - frenzied squirrel, bump in the road, on-coming manical driver,wandering cow, you name it - so, I'm carrying my Case 4 5/8" Large Sod Buster for aid and comfort and peace of mind.
Is that a modified sod buster? I like the proportions!
I sometimes take my knife decisions way more seriously than the day warrants.
my wife took me on my surprise hike for Fathers Day today (it was too hot on the actual Fathers Day). Instead of the #15 I’ve been carrying all week I went radically different- #93 Ramsfoot. You’ll see it pictured here on the worlds first electrically powered water fountain. Suburban Park, Farmington CT. Used it to clean up the ends and handle of a walking stick my Toddler picked up.
You could spill your drink...
Nice pairing IMHO.
The sow belly has been getting a lot of pocket time lately. Out checking the game cams.
I finally have the desire to hunt. That’s a terrifying buck. The stuff nightmares are made of.
That’s fair, although I do think there’s some traditional precedent for Barlows with rounded bolsters. Charlie posted a bunch in the Spear-Carriers thread recently.
Round, square… I like ‘em all!
That’s a beauty!
There‘s not much you couldn’t accomplish with those two in your pocket.
Handsome pair of working knives there, Paul!
I agree with you on the grafting knife, Paul. Something very handy about a small straight edge in a slim but full length handle. I like a sheepsfoot/Lambsfoot/wharncliffe as much as the next guy, but I feel like when I carry one I only use the very tip of the blade about 95% of the time.
Love that big spearpoint!
Old photos, but I’ve got these two with me today.
Toting these two burly German made stag covered slicers today.
I love that five blade congress!! What can you tell us about it?
Both are very nice JJ, but the Puma really appeals to me.
Carrying the Yellowboy bone stockman today, along with a Heritage rosewood jack.
This pair today!
While I'm using the new pit!
Hope you made it back from your dangerous mission! We’d sure miss you on the porch. OH
@btb01 Thank You! I actually almost lost it today while out dove hunting. I was all packed up and didn’t know I had dropped it from my pocket - my hunting buddy walked up and pulled out a bag to help me pick up my empty shells - it was on the ground laying by an empty! OH