- Dec 27, 2015
Great stag on the whittler. I dig the fancy radiator too.
Wow, I’ll second that opinion! What a unique green color, looks terrific!
25/25 is really cool, very nice knives!Happy Sunday! Excited to carry a couple of new ones to me today! The Ben Hogan is number 25/25 which is pretty cool.
You're on top of the world with that pair of lambsfoot knives, José!
Top-notch knife positioning in your photo!
Congrats on taking possession of that aged but top drawer Robeson!This arrived last nite and I’m over the moon with it. A 50s strawberry-bone Robeson.
They are one of my vintage favourites, and this one is the cleanest example I have. It really feels like a time warp holding it. In the pic below, it’s actually melting the ice on a barrel.
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I hope the celebration and fish tacos were tip-top, John!The work day/week is done, switching back to the Albers for the weekend.
My son's birthday today, I'll be taking him out for some delicious fish tacos later.
Top shelf popcorn stag twins, Harry!
ED, looks like it would be tough to top that chowder no matter what you're wearing! Anchors aweigh!
I suppose Big Foot is near the top of the food chain! I heard a hilarious Sasquatch story on a radio program my wife listened to yesterday.
That one looks too new and shiny... needs more pocket time.
Thanks for the comments on my Cadet, John & Dean. Pocket time has to be allocated in an equitable manner for all my Alox SAKs, John; I can't just play favorites!...
Thank you, Gary. (That's the closest I'll get to dignified ) By the way, your Red Cadet is really red!
Looks like you came out on top with that purchase!Picked this one up from overseas. I like it alot. Pretty stiff and no blade wobble(play). I like the imperfections and rustic look of the knife. Could very well make it into the rotation.
Your top of the post (or stump) shots are really nice, Steve!RF 93 and a Case Barehead Jack
I've never actually handled any version of the #66, but from the photos, I might prefer the Calf Roper Slim with the 2-blade pen configuration.The #66 frame is very versatile, of course the Jack is my favorite way they use it.
Case was on top of their game with that stag Barlow, Les!
Thanks Gary, I was happy that I didn't have to pay a Premium for it !
Wow, Mike, that knife deserves top billing!Nothing to do today, but to enjoy having nothing to do Hope everyone is having a good weekend.
Thanks, Gary! I prefer having the story, too.
You must feel like top dog with that pair in your pockets, Jeff!
Top of the line choices, JJ!
You're always in top form with your scout/fixed blade pairing, Tom!
Top shot, Tom! I like how you're able to focus on the knife in the foreground and still avoid blurry background. (I have no clue how to do that. )
Your stag medium stockman is top banana, Dean!
Top Osage Orange twins, Taylor!
Your double stags rise to the top, Jack!...
One of my Lambsfoot SFOs in Damascus and Sambar and a fancy slippie by Jose Antonio Herreros
Deluxe, indeed! And top of the morning to you, too!
Gotta be near the top of the heap of medium stock knives! Great pic, Bruce!For the past three days, Buck 303 Cadet. OH
Sorry to hear that sad news, Jack. Condolences to you and his other friends and family as you remember his long and remarkable life.
It makes it easy when you have a 50 year old cat 966
Top ic of HHB hitting the bricks, Bill!
Congrats on the top-flight Kissing Cranes whittler, Greg!
Congrats on the big new folder, Tony! Whether you got an incredible deal or paid top dollar, sounds like you're very happy with it!This came yesterday... had to sand the heel of the pen's tang due to the tip being ever so proud, and had to reprofile the edges, but now it's good to go. I've always wanted a whaler/ sunfish/ elephant toenail, but as beautiful as they are, the GEC Whaler's pen blade made the knife too uncomfortable to hold when whittling/ wood carving, etc., with the main blade. I'd love a single blade Whaler, but those are as elusive as a white whale. This one's penn blade sits low enough not to be a pain. I also took 1500 grit sandpaper to the spine of the pen to soften it's otherwise acute (though dull) apex. Have a great Sunday!
In my case, the trick is to use your work-issued iPhone, forget your reading glasses in the car, squint, and hope for the best.Top shot, Tom! I like how you're able to focus on the knife in the foreground and still avoid blurry background. (I have no clue how to do that. )
Thank you sir!I can see why Bruce ! Awesome pic as well.
Alas, another connection to a lost world passes. My condolences to his friends and family.
Thanks GT, it stays near the top of my heap for sure!Gotta be near the top of the heap of medium stock knives! Great pic, Bruce!
Thank you very much, Jack!!!Those two are total eye-candy to me JJ, just beautiful
Speaking about "eye candy," these two stag covered beauties look amazing; super cool Jack!!!One of my Lambsfoot SFOs in Damascus and Sambar and a fancy slippie by Jose Antonio Herreros