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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Almost Friday! Texas Jack joining the Cowbell today
Thank you ! The shield is a classic New York Knife Co example.
Off work for the Wifey’s birthday to be with her and the kiddos so I’m “carrying” the big guy.
Franks “Exotic India Bone” 23 resting on the Taj.
Great Schrade and photo
I carried this Case Sod Buster Jr. this week at OHSU in Portland, Oregon this week. It's the only knife I carried (didn't want to worry hospital security too much) on the trip. It turned out to have been a good choice as it sliced the mustard packets for hot dogs while traveling easily.
Headed to deer camp with two of my brothers for a couple days of bowhunting. Hellize made fixed blade, A.G. Russell and Maserin folders.
The Maserin rides in the pouch on my quiver, saw blade takes care of small branches interfering with stand placement. If I should get so lucky
as to take a deer I'd like to try the Hellize fixed blade and the Russell folder for skinning chores, both are razor sharp and shaped nicely for
that task IMO. My weekend starts soon, hope you all enjoy your weekends too.
This slicing machine seems stuck in my pocket for now, with the main blade at 0,008” behind the edge DMT C finish and the pen almost zero ground and polished is a real pleasure to use.
besides it’s gorgeous
There is a lot to look at in your outstanding photo my friend . Some fine looking knives . I have wondered about that model of Maserin and also the A.G. Russell . Good luck with your quest for a deer Greg .
Nice 294 !
Enjoy and good luck!!
Don’t think you could have gone wrong either way, Jack, but I’d say you chose Wright!
Change of pace ... sorta ...
Brass, Ebony, S30V Buck 110
GEC/Northfield 852211 Harness Jack, number 24 of 35 dressed in burnt stag.
Marbles SPORK (no "MR" number on this one) for the can opener and bottle opener found on my normal scout/camp/utility/demo knife.
(I have a "T" handle ratcheting bit driver in the rollator's tote/shopping bag for the screwdriver.)
That's a quality quartet, Gary! I really like the two RR stockman knives.
Those are beautiful knives, Mike. The Texas jack is a real treasure.
Good luck on your trip, that is one gorgeous bow.
I'm totin' my avatar, the TC Ancient Barlow 2.0 today.
Love that sheath!
Nice setup Greg (and good luck )
Low quality photo as I rush out the door for a hunting vacation, looking forward to catching up on this thread next week.
It rides nicely in the front pocket.