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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Toting these two from Robeson today.
@JohnDF Tim, John, thanks for your comments. Kerry made a fine knife when he was making them, it's 10 + years since I had that one made, time goes terrifyingly fast at times
The King of the Beer Scouts and the King of the Sodas! Seriously, I didn’t need to use the charred oak Beer Scout to open my soda, but I did use it it cut my cigar. I needed a break after working so hard trying to get an Ironwood Mustang 74.
The GEC game is getting harder and harder. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. GEC knife collecting is war, right @Onearmbladenut ! Well, maybe not war, but it has certainly helped me improve my computer and internet skills for someone my age.
Yeller Delrin Barlow (cv)
That looks superb, I might have to start using my 'minter' has the wood darkened a lot?
Excellent little pocket tools.
Thanks, I'm pretty sure that the crown lifter came out of the machine shop my Grandfather worked at, the machine shop was in a woolen mill in my home town in NH.
Two sizes of the same pattern, both stainless. The smaller stag version is stamped B. Svoboda, (importer not maker I believe).
The larger blackwood handled knife is stamped Robt. Klaas. Both are snappy, especially the larger and neither have half-stops.
Calf Roper again today
yes the wood is definitively darker but you can easily see the grain of the wood under the sunlight.
This is the same knife the first day i got it.
GEC 15 TC Barlow in cranberry saw cut bone
(almost) Traditionally French today ,
Always good to see your AC Ron, and that Pocket Carver is an interesting little knife
Terrific trio Joshua
That's an interesting pattern John, never seen one like it before
Handsome pair Jeff
Excellent pairing Tom
Very nice indeed Gary
Thanks a lot JJ, they give me a chance to carry my many neglected knives
An outstanding pair there my friend
Treating myself to a Double Lambsfoot Day today Rosewood Big 'Un with my Hartshead Barlow
Today I carry this GEC # 83 in stag.
Another Chestnut jigged bone, only it’s a teardrop that finds its way into my pocket today.
Yes, it's quite unique. I wish the pen blade was a caplifter/screwdriver.
Thank you, Jack.
I know you (and I) like the #66 Jacks.
You're well prepared with that Big 'Un.