What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

Amir Fleschwund

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And serving desk letter opener and read along pointer service ...
ATTENTION! DO NOT USE THE POLE CHAIN SAW IN THE RAIN

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This is a classic knife, thanks for the view!
Camillus Trapper and the 110

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Nice to see this gorgeous Cami again.
 

JohnDF

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JohnDF

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Do you have a favorite between the two?
Yes... The Lambsfoot (Jack Black SFO and Gift) is hands down my favorite knife and the one I carry pretty much every day. I couldn't imagine a day without it. But getting a hold of one that is built well seems to be getting harder and harder. I have a couple of others I keep in reserve in case this one ever gives up on me.

 

Jack Black

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Yes... The Lambsfoot (Jack Black SFO and Gift) is hands down my favorite knife and the one I carry pretty much every day. I couldn't imagine a day without it. But getting a hold of one that is built well seems to be getting harder and harder. I have a couple of others I keep in reserve in case this one ever gives up on me.


May you both live long and happy lives John :) :thumbsup:

Frost on the deck railing this morning. Saw a Beagle posted the other day, thought I’d take mine out for a walk. I’ve got several knives in burl wood, this TEW Barlow might just be the prettiest.;)
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Two very attractive knives Leon, beautiful wood on both :thumbsup:
 
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