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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Lucky. My students come back today.
I'm actually looking forward to it though.
This one has been dominating my pocket since it arrived.
Remington UMC for WW !
Lambsfoot and Compact today
Ebony is hard to beat.
I think it's the perfect combination between classy-looking and rugged.
Nothin' like a bowl of Tomato salad for breakfast. Love this time of year, when I can pick cherry tomatoes and basil every morning. Add some EVOO, salt, pepper and garlic. Yum.
My Talley City knife did cut some tomatoes this morning.
Looks good, Gary. If you add some cucumber and mozzarella: we had it two nights ago!
For Wooden Wednesday, two in ebony. RALF and my modified #85.
Beautiful sun-lit image, Gary. I need to get a city knife one day. I say that every time I see one like yours.
Crazy week, will have to try and catch up later. But, this is finally making its maiden voyage outside the house. It's a pouch carry for sure. Please excuse the Great Pyrenees hair at bottom of pouch. He's shedding, finding them everywhere!
20190814_100723 by Chris Thayer, on Flickr
Thank you, Gary! Your Stag and horn duo are a rustic and attractive combination.
It seems to be aging well and looks great.
A [NOT scratted} TC Barlow and a red Victorinox cadet. (I erroneously said scratted; should be jigged bone)
Wonderful wooden pairing Jeff
What a great pic Harvey, that stag looks fantastic
Is it Wooden Wednesday already?
That's a beaut!
Of all the pics of knives I've seen here, your Remington is my favourite so far.
Edited to add: since I came to the forums
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. After taking the shot, unbeknownst to me, it had fallen out of my pocket. Of course I was most concerned that some little kid would find it and get hurt, but it really bummed me. After over an hour, I finally found it.
That’s a very nice peanut Mitch gifted you with.
Thanks Michael !
Thank you fine sir !
I'm sticking with Remington, though in cocobolo and not the Delrin of yesterday's totes. Unfortunately, my tote today is much younger (made by Camillus in 1989) and a lot less handsome than the beauty toted by @SteveC today. That's a grand old knife, Steve.