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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Eli Chaps, Jun 30, 2019.
Delightful! Have you Determined what the handle is made of?
In hanD I see it's Definitely Man-maDe, Rachell. You were right of course!!
Thanks again, for the knife and the Texas Sweets!!
D is for Davis, the late W. C. who made some pretty good classic knives, like this drop point which has been my favorite woods knife for years.
For some reason these did not get posted last night .
Double 93's Lambfoot and Ramfoot
Double 93's : both Ramfoots
CoulD not resist putting this Double Dog carrier in here
Double TEW's and Yorkshire PuDDing
Gifts from FrienDs
MiDnight Special Lambfoot
Draw Knife anD others
Pal BlaDe Co.
WarranteD English Steel
My OlD FrienD
OlD Timer Peanut
Electric and Esntl by Evan.
E is for Ebony, as on Black Jack, my 2018 Guardians Lambsfoot:
Empire CollEction!! Now livEs in thE GrEat StatE of TEXAS!!!
KEn Erickson English Jack!!
E is for Elsmore, which sadly I no longer own...
Canadian Elk on this Lightfoot.
Empire BoxEs/LabElsFor cudgEE!!
They don't get much better than an Erickson . Beautiful knives Charlie .
I love that draw knife. My dad has one just like it that belonged to my grandfather. Both of them used it for all sorts of things, especially shaping the hulls of the model/toy ships they used to make. I also used to use it a lot and remember it being VERY sharp. It is always in the back of my mind to find some project which would justify borrowing it again. Do you know the age of it? I imagine my grandfather might have gotten his sometime in the 1930’s or 1940’s maybe.
Thank you for the response to my Draw Knife . I am sorry , but I do not know know the age of it . I found it in an Antique shop . It was pretty sharp when I got it and all I have to do is touch it up with my sharpening stick . It is made of good Stuff . I really like to use it on my Projects .
Erickson 4-bladE Pen!! With a custom nail FILE!!