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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jacktrades_nbk, Mar 2, 2012.
I think you're right.
Anyway, it's not like fifty years is old.
..."it's not like fifty years is old."
I guess I won't argue with that - I would have been 4 to 8 years old when that knife was made, but I'm only going to be 29 again this year! Ha.
Bunch of older peanuts, except the Case
Great set I'd carry one of those daily without hesitation
Found some pictures of the peanut that I lost - think it fell out of my pocket last summer. Still bummed. Sigh.
We need a button for "like the photo but don't like what happened."
Just got an old yeller cv nut. Hyped to start carrying it around. Not fully sure how to post pictures of it tho.
Congrats! Check out this thread. Looks like it has references to help posting photos. You may have to be a member or use a hosting site.
Thank you very much I think I've got it.
The blade centering is off and the grind otb was one of the worst I've ever experienced but still I think I'm in love.
Not quite but the link works
Been awhile since i have checked in. My little brown peanut is still going strong at 3 years of everyday carry.
Case has the most presence in this thread,and rightfully so as they're the most prevalent maker of this pattern. There are others though that fit the bill, this old Imperial is certainly one. This one isn't a clamshell and has good walk'n'talk, with halfstops no less.Fairly certain the covers are celluloid and have shrunk a bit,but I dont think its gassing.
Been a nice day in NW Oklahoma. Tilled up my garden and now just relaxing grilling some pork steaks and sauage.
I am a member but not in good standing. I carried a GEC 14 for all of 2019 and a Moki Fish owl in 2020. That said my nut caught my eye this morning...
Mike - what is the one on the far right? I like the look of it.
Bought my first peanut this week. Yeller CV. Love it so far. I sort of wish I would have ordered one in stainless but I like to buy local if possible. They are great slicers and the box shaped handle makes it feel larger. I also love that there is separation between the blades being a two spring so no blade rub. I'm sure I will buy more of these little gems in the future.
Mike, that 'nut keeps on looking good!
Looks well used, but not abused.
I love the little thing. I make sure to not use it beyond its means. With that said it truly can handle more than one thinks.
Yes, we who love the legume know it can handle more than one would think. But I remember dad would spare his 'nut on the dirty work by using a utility knife on the rough stuff. He did baby it a bit because of the sentimental value of it. I do tend to do the same with a favorite, and use a box cutter for the real dirty work.