- Jun 10, 2018
Had multiple Blade Forums issues last night: nonstandard login screen, Search function was "dead", no box at bottom of page into which I could enter a new post, but I could read new posts made by others.
I share that same regret. That regret has made me wonder a few times if I shouldn’t try one of the few GECs that are still sitting on shelves today. I went through with one of those maybe I should just try it thoughts last summer, picked up the 81 moose and ended up being very happy.Your Calf Roper looks really nice! I remember, and it was only about a year ago, there were still tortoise calf ropers on a few dealers shelves. Man, how I regret not picking one up!
I did the same thing, pick up a 81 in green jigged bone, haven’t carried it much yet but it is a really nice knife. Glad you are enjoying yours!I share that same regret. That regret has wondered a few times if I shouldn’t try one of the few GECs that are still sitting on shelves today. I went through with one of those maybe I should just try it thoughts last summer, picked up the 81 moose and ended up being very happy.
A different set of knives rotated in yesterday for a week of carry, and I'll post them this week in a different order than I typically do, since the weather has finally broken (above freezing on Sunday for the first time in a couple of weeks ).
Lambsfoot of the Week is Cracker Jack, my Ashley's Choice stag lambsfoot, a Jack Black SFO from 2018:
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Stag/Horn Knife of the Week (in addition to Cracker Jack ) is a Joker horn lockback:
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Peanut of the Week is a Remington with wood covers:
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Albers Jack and a Voos Arrow
If I was going out today...
I’ve been away for a couple of months, just busy with life, and have greatly missed our community. I hope to be around a lot more often going forward. I usually pair a small fixed blade with a utility folder each day, however this LionSteel Gitano has been getting a lot of pocket time lately. I love the lines and aesthetics, and find the overall design to be highly functional at the same time.
Your Large Lamb and Old Bear certainly make a handsome pair; a couple of very capable slicers, too!
Anniversary Soup TC and OD Micarta Recruit