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Thanks for the heads up. Ahh... the barlow.... very trendy these days. I knew my Buck 105 would not make the cut. More's the pity.
What is the pattern that has been decided on?
Some Tony collabs.
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Barry furnished the images. He is good at it.
Mike, and Charlie, those elephantine jaw-droppers are just intense. Thank you!
3 1/8 inches of meretricious joy.
3 1/8 inches soaking wet, Schrade CutCo Senator cattle knife with 'abalone' celluloid covers.
Kevin, is that a re-handle?
Money order pending. Thanks, and thanks to BladeForums.
2006 Series XVI Equal End Cattle Knife Model #043299. This knife has gorgeous Bradford Jigged Green Bone handles with no chips or cracks. It is...
5.25 inch closed two blade hunter. Worm groove red bone scales with round Queen shield. No lanyard hole in bolster. Master clip blade tang stamped...
3 1/2 inches closed jack in pretty stag. Blades centered, good snap- not crazy hard. No half stops. The threaded oblique bolsters are a nice...
Several Old Timer stockman knives in that configuration fit that description. A closed length would be helpful. The two most common lengths would...
3 3/4 inches closed 73 with FLAT triple-threaded bolsters and the unusual combination of big spey and pen blades. Born in 2009. Blades...
First post; it is yours.
Northfield stag congress. 3 3/4 inches. Mint in tube. Half stops all around. Mirror-bright blades with crisp etch. Good mellow snaps. Born summer...
Good stuff, Duncan; that Cattaraugus peanut is especially elegant.
That champagne is a real knockout! Thanks, Kevin.