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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
In different circumstances I might have! He might have set out to destroy the knife, but it passed with flying colours, much to his surprise I think, and he gave it an honest write-up. He didn't ask to keep the knife, but was very pleased when I told him I'd get the blade re-polished, and send it to him I have to say, his 'testing' might have been abusive, but absolutely nothing compared to the destructive tests I put the knife through myself We even had to adapt a tool, so I could bend the blade to a 45 degree angle, and then hammer it back!
I forget how nice this pattern is. The perfect size, and very slim in the pocket.
very nice duo
Carrying my only stockmans. Received the Indianhead via GAW and the Buck was a gift from my Dad more than 40 years ago.
Stockmans rock, Bill. Very nice specimens.
The delrin covers on the Queen was kinda bland,in the middle they were solid black. I sanded the ridges down to get some contrast,look much better imho.
Two single blades today. A. Wright & Son Lambfoot and GEC Bull Nose
Celebrating Victoria Day with a nice, Black Lambsfoot!!
Thank you JJ. Your pair of Barlows are heavenly. Particularly fond of the Daddy B., but I can be swayed by the Sawcut B. Excellent image.
Thank you Jack. Hope you’re feeling better, even if it’s a tad better. JBK...How cool. So is that beautiful Horn LF.
Thing about spending so much time at home is, you can change your mind at the drop of a hat.
Going small today with a Peanut sized Small Camper from Mr. Ohta.
Got 2 in my pocket today my 1979 Case Barlow and USA made Schrade 3OT.
Micarta K'roo Zulu Spear. Sleek.
Case Wharncliffe Teardrop in Damascus.