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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Two different single blade knives again today.
A very early Green Bone XX 45. This pattern reminds me of the GEC 35 Churchill. I really like single spring equal
Just this one today .
I don't know if you're serious about your knife having Formica inlays, but a while back I was eating in a diner, carrying a small Robeson knife, and noticed how much the covers resembled the table top. I wonder if it's really the same stuff.
Very similar, r8shell!
two great single blade knives today
I switched to another big boy for tomorrow.
Untitled by GaryWGraley, on Flickr
Good to see it getting use!
Thank you, Forrest! Yeah, despite how diminutive the Pembertons are, I really like them, particularly the 2-blade ones.
Thank you, Jack! A fine pair you are toting yourself, I hope the weather over there is giving you a break.
Black and tan for Wooden Wednesday! Both Ebony, believe it or not.
I share your liking for the Farm & Field line. I only have a Bull Buster and a Bull Nose, but would not turn my nose up at one of these!
I also am a fan of spalted maple. I think that would make a pretty nice top on a guitar!
Hey Jeff, real beauty you got there! Is that a pearl shield?
Wow! Is that a David Yellowhorse mod?
No Jeff, just nickel silver. The Keystone series with the pearl inlayed shields on buffalo horn covers was series XII in 2002. My stockman is from series III in 1993, but the shields were pinned back then.
Appreciate the info.
Thank you JJ. The Osage 29 and the Ebony 15 are two beautiful classics. Fine image.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack. Your 44 is so cool!
@5K Qs - Thank you GT. I’ve had the the buckshot RR for a bit. You and your wonderful RR collection was the prime motivator for exploring the RR World. Your Case sawcut brown bone is a sweetheart.
Maiden voyage for this 80s aluminum with scroll work Buck 111. Purchased, expertly sharpened and Spa tx from @Gary W. Graley. Thank you Gary.
Brookes&Crookes and a tin of Danish butter cookies.
I wish! It’s a Schrade”Custom” Turquoise Stockman.
Thank you kindly Jack!!! Great mid week pairing for your storm free day!
Very nice triple jack picks for you today, Gary; the Colonial looks great with the wire trimmed formica covers!
Thank you very much, Harvey!!!
Quite a tasty pair of totes today; what a great addition your marvelous Buck 111 makes on her maiden voyage!