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What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. akaMatt

    akaMatt Gold Member Gold Member

    May 10, 2017
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  2. OldHercDude

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  3. Onebigbill

    Onebigbill Gold Member Gold Member

    May 21, 2019
    I would recommend that you communicate with @Jack Black for his thoughts on suppliers of lambfoot knives. I cost wasn't a factor I would look for a Waynorth Cutlery Lambfoot made by GEC. Other than that the fit and finish can be hit or miss for those knives made in Sheffield. But again, I defer to Jack on his perspective regarding the purchase of a lambfoot.
     
  4. RDaneel

    RDaneel Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 23, 2000
    I'm carrying my CSC Forum Knife for Wooden Wednesday.

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  5. GuestWho101

    GuestWho101 Gold Member Gold Member

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  6. Pt-Luso

    Pt-Luso Basic Member Basic Member

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  7. JJ Cahill

    JJ Cahill Basic Member Basic Member

    Jun 10, 2018
    I can certainly see why; your HHB is one fine pocket tote!:D:thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  8. afishhunter

    afishhunter Basic Member Basic Member

    Oct 21, 2014
    Uno teeny tiny itty bitty change.
    I just swapped the 2015 standard production Buck 110 for my August, 2020 Web Special Buck 110, equipped with real genuine solid actual Ebony scales, real polished to fingerprint and smudge magnet status genuine actual brass bolsters and liners, and not so long ago latest and greatest best thing since sliced bread "everyone's" favorite gotta have it S30V "super steel" (clip point) blade inna genuine bovine "type two" black leather belt sheath/pouch.

    (Please refer to post 117341 for picture/photo)

    The (large) Rough Ryder Stockman, Marbles "Demo Knife", and GEC/Northfield UN-X-LD Harness Jack remain the same.

    (Please refer to post 117341 for picture/photo)

    Please try to stay warm and dry, and avoid earthquakes, sink holes, wild fires, blizzards, tornados, hurricanes, hungry vampire mosquitos and flies, sand storms, tsunami, sun burn, coffee and/or tea prepared how you don't like it, those killer tomatoes, over cooked tuna, murderous carrots, and them crazed Gerbils bent on world conquest, when you be with Anna Bout today.
     
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  9. Will Power

    Will Power Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 18, 2007
    I'm very flattered to hear that :cool: But you know, it was only done by cutting up fruits and raw veggies from time to time and rinsing it under boiling tapwater:) The reward of patience ;) I could have hoarded it in the tube and now demand a huge sum for alleged MIT :rolleyes: But, I believe I made the right choice.

    Thanks, Will
     
  10. SteveC

    SteveC Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 13, 2017
    Wood & Western Wednesday ;)


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  11. Jack Black

    Jack Black Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2005
    Thanks Bill :thumbsup: I'd be happy to try and help if you send me a PM Peter, questions about buying are best answered privately to avoid violating the sub-forum guidelines. I'd certainly recommend the Waynorth Cutlery Lambsfoot if you can find one though :thumbsup:

    Nice to see you eating well too Gary ;) :) :thumbsup:

    Ah yes, I'd forgotten about that, great giveaway :) :thumbsup:

    Thank you my friend, I don't think I've ever had a knife take over my pocket like this before. I certainly don't want the other knives getting jealous! :rolleyes: :D :thumbsup:

    I'll be pocketing it again tomorrow I reckon :thumbsup:

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  12. Half/Stop

    Half/Stop Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 25, 2014
    ;) :thumbsup: :D
     
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  13. RDaneel

    RDaneel Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 23, 2000
    That's a gorgeous Orchard Gem, Dee. Mine is all patina'd and the covers worn. It's good to see one so pristine. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  14. Peregrin

    Peregrin Traditional Forum Moderator Moderator Gold Member

    Sep 2, 2004
    Thanks, guys! The breakfast was good. The amazing thing is, I made it myself!:D

    I never grow tired of carrying the Lloyd trapper.
     
  15. Jack Black

    Jack Black Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2005
    It certainly LOOKS good Gary! :) Well done! :D The Lloyd Trapper is always great to see :) :thumbsup:
     
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  16. Half/Stop

    Half/Stop Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 25, 2014
    Nothing wrong with a man being able to prepare a good meal. :thumbsup: I usually do our breakfast every morning while Pam is getting ready for work! The least I can do is to fix her a good breakfast! ;) I often looked for a Lloyd like yours but I’ve never found one! :)
     
  17. Peregrin

    Peregrin Traditional Forum Moderator Moderator Gold Member

    Sep 2, 2004
    Breakfast is usually my domain, Ron. My wife makes dinner, except for outdoor grilling. We used to dine out fairly often, but haven't in awhile now.

    I lucked out 4 years ago, when I jumped on that Lloyd on the Exchange. I don't think I've seen another like it either.
     
  18. wickettedge

    wickettedge Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Mar 31, 2018
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  19. JJ Cahill

    JJ Cahill Basic Member Basic Member

    Jun 10, 2018
    Toting these two French slicers today, one wearing Ebony and the other in Juniper. :)
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  20. llKRAKENll

    llKRAKENll Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 20, 2017
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    A friend gave me this Keen Kutter in rusty condition. Cleaned it up a bit and have been carrying it the last couple days. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find the history of this antique?
     

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