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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Morning! Have a blessed day!
Case 6308 for today. OH
Pretty sure. There was plenty of acorns there too but I only picked chestnuts. They might be a bit on the smaller side, those are then better cooked than roasted.
Thanks. I've been enjoying the Boker. With two long blades and two springs, it's almost like having a spare knife.
I'm sure it was amazing just being out there.
Such a great knife!
Happy Tidioute Tuesday Everybody
233 and 293 join the Peanut ~ have a great Tuesday!
That's my kind of pairing, Jack.
I think I'm going to camp out in the yard tonight and try to see some meteors (Orionids should peak tonight) might make some s'mores.
little stag Anza
Jon, what’s the model number?
Just because I don’t have any money, it doesn’t mean I can’t daydream
Carrying this one since last (Old Friends) Friday.
Thanks Travis, both are great but the old Robeson is really nice for it's age your right, it's actually a screwdriver, Robeson makes a short, stout screwdriver. Years ago when I saw the screwdriver I thought it had been altered but it is stock. It is just a screwdriver only but in it's stubby state it is very effective
I like the covers on that sowbelly. Is just the main clip on that CV or all all three blades?
Of course I love the Lambfoot Jack but MAN take a look at the old Sheffield Jack!!! Mellow smooth bone covers, nice main blade stamp, full blades!!! she's a Beauty
All three are cv.
That’s a great pairing to keep you company Jon. Really love that old XX 6207! Welcome back my friend!
Great pairing Jack! I really like that old Wheatley Brothers!
The secondary blades on mine are both marked SS, so I assume the main is SS also.
Buck Creek Copperhead