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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Mar 28, 2014.
Just received this 2 blades Lion Steel Best Man in the mail today and I’m very pleased so far.
VERY cool... did you just use rattle-can paint on it?
Ah CASE...nostalgia Nostalgia because they have forbidden retailers to export their knives outside the US. My favourite dealer is very apologetic but CASE have put the bar up, insane.
Sprayed with a rattle can then a Q-tip and some goof off to remove what needed removing.
Catching up with recent acquisitions -- Case XX 6275SP "moose"; Case XX USA four-dot C61050SAB "large Coke bottle"; and 1991 Buck 532 "Bucklock".
Scored a couple of deals on knives I’ve been wanting to get for awhile. The Victorinox brings back childhood memories in my favorite color and the Moki hits well above it’s price point in quality.
It’s a terrible photo but I just picked up a plain old Old Timer. Don’t think it’s ever been used
worth every penny
Dan Burke Small Barlow. What a gem. Definitely one of Queen's finer efforts. The saw cut red bone scales are very fetching.
#97 in Autumn Jigged Bone.
C706847E-9D29-40B5-936D-21CF25C1ADB4 by Mayonardo posted Dec 2, 2019 at 7:52 PM
New to me 66 Calf Roper in Gabon Ebony. My favorite knife and cover.
This just in:
A couple of real good knives.
Can't go wrong with that one.
Crosman Blades, made by Camillus according to seller, though Utica and Alcas are named as possibilities by other authorities.
Happy My Birthday, everyone! This 57 was a treat to myself, to replace a Grinling I once had and stupidly sold. Pretty nice in the pocket, and it has eclipsed the Churchill as my favorite, being that it is a splitback and all...
Happy Birthday! It won't be your favorite if GEC makes your 35 whittler Christmas wish request a dream come true.
Santa came early this year! Mediterranean blue smooth bone Peanut. And I don't have to wait until Christmas to carry it!
My wife wanted me to pick out a knife for myself for Christmas and who was I to argue? The blue is so dark it's hard to capture in the photos - one of the few times the real thing looks better than the catalog (to me at least).
Nice shield, too!
Thanks! When I first saw that shield I wasn't sure how I felt about it, but all it took was about an hour with it in person and I'm really sold on it, especially on that dark, dark blue.