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It's pretty typical on traditional knives. You only need to get the blade barely started (closing) and then get your thumb out of the way. Feel...
That sounds like something to look forward to. :cool::thumbsup:
Yankees? That's baseball, right? :D
Awesome... you can say that again....
The pile on my table this morning
My game is on after dinner. :D:thumbsup:
Good Morning and Happy Sunday... Are you ready for some football?
Great picture, Jack. :cool::thumbsup:
Signs of Fall approaching. :cool::thumbsup:
Nice looking Texas Jack. :cool::thumbsup:
Yes, me too.
I just hope that the frenzy will slow down some day and I can go back to casually buying knives again.
Until then, I'm happy with the...
Eric did... he just posted an update. :D:D:D
My 3-1/2" Queen Stockman finally arrived.
This knife, made in 1981, has seen a lot of pocket time.
The blade well was full of lint and crap, the...
They look great.
The 'obvious' pinned shields remind me of Scagel's.
I believe that Eric will be releasing his new batch soon...
That is going to be so cool. :cool::thumbsup:
I've see 'em...and they are. :eek:
It was darn tasty. Thanks, Jack. :)
That is looking so good with the darkening of the Micarta and steel from use. :cool::thumbsup:
Shiver me timbers...
The Dragonfly is such a good knife.
The Lionsteel is a traditional/modern hybrid... Good knives but not traditional in the traditional sense.