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The pleasure is mine. What a beautiful knife! This is NOT an entry--I have been blessed way more than I deserve, but I may come back later with...
Thanks again, Brett, but I need to clarify something: my birthday is not till October. But I plan way ahead, and wanted something special. Was...
Many thanks, guys! (Why do you Europeans post so early in the morning? :D:D:D)
Congrats! Looks like a great first knife. :thumbsup:
Magnificent! I mean "Magnifique!" I believe that is called a Langres (I have one with stag that looks like that), also a gift from...
Thanks, everyone! It's been a great day: I also bought two new books (a baseball book and a Camus novel), and picked up a four-pack of Samuel...
I appreciate it. It looked somewhat similar to the juniper, but I wasn't quite sure. Glad to know what it is. Thanks!
The only prescription...is more cowbell!
"The most powerful handgun in the world...."*
*It's a quote--I know it's not true anymore.
1960 Camillus demo knife; gift from @timberweasel.
Edited my post. :thumbsup:
Great post, David. :thumbsup:
Took turns with these three: a 1960 Camillus Demo Knife, a Thiers knife with juniper handle and leather sheath, and a Spanish knife (Miguel...
Just wanted to supplement my post from earlier today. I received a package this afternoon that contained this:
I was expecting the military...
A couple of weeks ago @timberweasel posted that he had a 1960 Camillus Demo Knife that he salvaged from an estate sale, and offered it to whomever...
Started the day with this one:
Opinel No. 8.
Will also make time for:
Le Langres, by Stephane Thomachot; and:
My good ol'...
I'm beginning to understand that! ;)
Congratulations, Jon! Joseph has a great smile, and looks very happy.
And that knife is AWESOME! :cool::thumbsup: