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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
You are welcome to it, my friend.
Another favorite: Everything I say is fully substantiated by my own opinion.
Many thanks Jeff, that's very kind of you
Yes Ron, not bad, and it came with a 3 mile walk for exercise Thank you very much my friend, I had the Dredd badge in case there was any mischief!
Very nice Gary
Three aces Ron
Just came in the mail - the Compact Mod. Quality of the build is super. All titanium scales, liners and pocket clip. Nice feel in the pocket and in the hand. The pocket clip is very well designed and robust. Still deciding if I will leave it on or remove it (came with a screw and cover plug if I remove the clip). I have some ideas about the parcel hook; will let you know what I plan to do - if anything - when I finally decide. The Pioneer X is definitely a beast compared to this knife. This SAK is more EDC pocket friendly for sure. The inlaid copper cross is really fetching.
Many thanks Leslie, those zombies never stood a chance! Viper is a good-looking knife
A fine pair Dan
Thank you Very Much JJ. Your duo is not only an excellent image, but it looks like Trapper Heaven.
@Jack Black - Your trio looks like you can go medieval if you encountered trouble on the way for provisions. Hope there was a pint or two on the list.
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Random Tuesday carry.
Case, Case, Vic, HSB:
Time to take off the boots and empty the pockets...it was very nice to get out from behind a computer screen and out into the field.
Homeoffice, all homeoffice...
Canal Street boy's knife
Schatt single spear blade and this Imperial, Prov. RI. Anyone have an idea of range when the Imperial may have been made? I know its not a high dollar knife but man it has smooth medium pulls without half stops, great snap both ways and sharp steel. Just the way I like a knife.
Wife and I took a walk this afternoon through a piece of the Croatan National Forest that comes out on the White Oak River. Cool and overcast afternoon, carried my Buck 501 with me. Saw one young family fishing on the bank, passed two other hikers in the woods - very few people about. OH
Dutch Army Knife today.
Thank you, Jack, and my apologies for the late acknowledgement.
These two for me today.