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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you, Gary.
Thanks Gary ! Count me as one who loves the Eureka Jack, it is very comfy in hand and one of my favorite GEC's
Old coins, bad lighting and Micarta today
Very kind indeed John, it's a treasure for sure
Thank you very much Gary
Thank you again Tony
Trapper and a Stockman
It is a new one. A great one! Thanks for noticing!
E.C. Simmons peanut
Good morning from SoCal...
Ed Staub & Sons delivered Red Dyed Kerosene yesterday for our Monitor Heater. I went ahead and had them top off the 250 gallon tank since the price per gallon hasn't gone up too much - $2.82 a gallon. It only took 91.1 gallons so it won't hurt the wallet too bad. SO, that calls for a trip to town to pay the fuel bill and a visit to the Wagon Wheel Cafe and then on to the Holiday Market for groceries. I'm gonna carry my Boker Trapper with smooth yellow bone covers and I'm gonna carry it in it's fancy dancy belt sheath. Your knife can never be over dressed when you take it to the fuel yards.
This guy today. Yellow knives are appropriate carry only on days that end in “y”.
The time really does go quickly doesn't it. I was grateful for all the time I got to spend with my daughter during the covid lockdowns. My wife worked from home and I took care of our daughter.
Thank you kindly, Jack!!!
A pair of marvelous Sheffield slicers for you today; your Stan Shaw is quite a stand out with those amazing covers and multi lined bolsters!
Thanks so much, Gary!!!
My Tuesday carry. We have over a week of straight sun headed our way, and I'm pretty excited about it!
Toting these two Schrades today.