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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
How about one of each?
That's what I ended up doing!
The Pinched Peanut and the Krein Micro Chef. Makes a good combo IMO.
I guess that makes it Micarta-Mammoth Monday for me.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. That’s a very cool Camillus to pair up with your very cool HH Barlow.
The SwissTank as always, but I decided to pop my Case bone stag mini-trapper into my left pocket today. The mini brings a smile to my face every time I handle it. Such an outstanding little knife.
One for Gary, one for Frank, @Peregrin and @knarfeng ...
Good luck on your first day back John
Stunning pair Ron
Those four look fabulous Gary
Thanks pal, great to see your IXL
Gone to seed
Thanks, GT, and that Recruit is a beaut!
Nice S & M toothpick.
Thanks, Nick, and you caught the light in that MOP very well.
That;s the one, GT, and a very special one at that.
Lovely, Gev, and it looks long used and loved, with the flattened belly on the main.
Thanks, JJ, and that's a delicious duo you've were packing. Excellent!
Both of your picks were fine, Jack, but that BB Winchester is a favorite of mine, too.
It's obvious why that is, Alan.
I'm working with two cases today.
Another Case Barlow today.
love that Russell peanut!
Lovely knife and a very fine picture.
That handsome old knife looks equally at home with cake of pie, Harvey. Very toothsome.
Both look very nice, Chris, and you did well to extend their lives.
Terrific toothpick, Nick, bordering on elegant. Well done.
Good stuff, Jer.
That's a thoughtful trio of solid workers. I have a special affection for Sabre knives.
You ain't kidding, Alan. Double your pleasure, double your fun!
Wonderful knives, JJ, and a very clever pairing. So complimentary!
Welcome back, Ron. Glad that you and Miss Pam are safely returned. Now, let the gossip and gabbing about the antics at the Rendezvous ensue. You are sure totin' a slick pair today.
Brightened my day, Jeff. Thanks.
That's a honey, Chris. Very sweet.
Dang, Steve. what an excellent specimen of classic cutlery. I don't remember seeing that one before, but I hope to see it more often.
Another home run hit OUT OF THE PARK, Harvey. Very fine knife and photo.
I agree with you, Buzz, and my wallet is getting skittish. Thanks for showing it again.
Slender and sublime, that's pretty special, Gev.
@Duckdog Thanks Stuart !
@Duckdog - Thank you Stuart. Much appreciation for the nice words.
Thanks Stuart! No antics that I know of. It was a pretty straight laced bunch!