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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pistonsandgears, Nov 20, 2012.
My MysteryGAW/Challenge knife...
I went overboard today....
Four knives, four different woods....
A #29 stockyard whittler in osage orange, a #44 buffalo jack in ebony, a Case sowbelly in curly oak, and a Kutmaster rebuild of mine, in zebrawood. The Kutmaster turned out to be almost exactly the same size as a GEC 15 Huckleberry.......
Fetching photo of some Canal Street wood, James, and that canittler induces some serious ecstasy!
Cannon spearpoint anchor knife:
2019 desert ironwood Guardians lambsfoot SFO:
Hess Tiburon - Redwood Burl
American Walnut - Rendezvous 42
Here's some Walnut for Wooden Wednesday. Mike Williams, MS Ouachita hunter in English Walnut and a Fontenille Pataud Laguiole in French Walnut.
I really like that Pinch.
A Colonel Coon Canoe in curly maple. I admit I mostly bought it because its fun to say "Colonel Coon Canoe". It rolls right off the tongue. Go ahead. Try it. Its fun
Now try it fast six times
But I digress. When it rains it pours. I just recently picked up my first CC at a local gun show. It was a 2 blade jack with these same handles. I bought it because I could tell it was a well made knife, it was cheap, and it had these really pretty handles. Now a few weeks later I find this one. I didn't even know I was collecting them
Here's a couple Canal Street catskill hunter prototypes. The top knife is pearwood and the bottom is American chestnut.
Thanks GT, Cannitlers are just cool.
Thanks mbkr, the best thing about that Pinch, it locks up tight and released easily. Dare I say it's a smooth operator?
This one just arrived today. I really like the curly maple.
RALF this morning, and . . .
Fantoni this afternoon.
Does plywood count?
I’ll start it off for this Wednesday. How about Kingwood and Ebony? Y’all be safe out there!
Helle fisherman. As basic as any can be.
Wow, that Kingwood is a beauty, Ron!
And the ebony ain't too bad, either!
I'll go with some Snakewood for today.
Great Birdseye. Is it a recover?