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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Just in case I need to punch something today. Have a blessed Wednesday!
Chopping vegetables for gumbo.
I’m carrying two from Sheffield this morning. I’ve got a William Rodgers Lambsfoot with Horn covers and a Southern & Richardson “Nest Knife” small pruner. It’s covered with Ebony or really densely color Rosewood, I’m still undecided on that detail! Have a great day!
Okay, okay! I get the point Jon!
Ummmmmm! Looking good Travis!
Excellent little Barlow, Jack.
Great Schrades, guys!
Besides the Victorinox single blade hawkbill, which lately is being used daily as I prune and trellis tomatoes,
I have my 71 in nifebrite, and this new Opinel No.10 clip in inox.
Happy Wednesday Everybody.
My usual Lambsfoot, this time in Ebony.
Along with a NF Barlow in Blackwood for Wooden Wednesday.
Back at it today with one of my Father’s Day knives. The 307 is one of those knives that make you chuckle a little bit every time you remember it’s in your pocket and grin like a fool when you use it.
Many thanks JJ, handsome Wooden Wednesday pairing
Thanks pal I forget how large the run was, but I'm surprised that we don't see more of Barry's little Barlows
Stunning Sheffielders Ron Interesting Southern & Richardson, they put 'Nest Knife' on a lot of their blades, irrespective of pattern. I remember going to their old factory, when it was still operating, to get something done. It is still standing today (I have other photos I'll try and remember to edit in later when I find them!)
As is this other old factory of theirs
Thank you John, those two look fantastic together
Thank you, Jack.
Mmmm… gumbo! Now you gots to post some pics of the finished product...
Thanks for the info Jack. Any additional would be appreciated my friend. I am not normally a pruner collector, but this one just spoke to me. I know we don't discuss cost here and that's good, because I would be embarrassed to say how little I gave for this one! I was able to find some interesting info on the company here! I thought it very interesting about their contributions to the war effort and how many of their employees were KIA! I posted a bunch more photos in the "Prune Big or Go Home" thread. Thanks again pal!
Have a great wooden Wednesday!
Good on you, Barrett! I'm hoping to get my 4 year old Grandson out on the stream soon. Need to start them early!
Caught this little Brown Trout on a Mepps spinner the other day. He'll be more wary next time he sees one.
One wood for Wednesday.
I'll be carrying a couple/three knives with me today for my check up at the doctor - one of them this Case SS Sod Buster Jr.. Simple but efficient.
Nice sharpening job on that lambsfoot. It looks screaming sharp.
I finally got around to sharpening the Copperhead yesterday, so it's nice and pointy for today.