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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
The little Case 6308 Whittler is back in my pocket for the day. OH
Hope you had a good trip and friendly relations with TSA!
Impressive pair, Jon! That Sears scout is making me break the 10th Commandment.
Sounds similar to plans I had during stop-smoking challenges in years gone by!
Thanks for the follow-up info; it's sure a good-looking knife.
Sweet Swayback Jack!
To me, Arthur seems a more regal middle name than does Eclectic.
I'll bet that punch on the 29 could wreak havoc on the coronavirus, Mike!
Attractive shot of your stag HHB, José!
I appreciate your comment, JJ.
I always admire the pen blade on the Texas Jack!
Venerable vintage pair, Steve!
Splendid old Case, LT!
Glad that's who you were looking for, Jeff, and I'm happy to assist in a small way with your generosity!
I just searched this thread for "armed forces TL-29" and your post replying to Ripcord 82 came up, and then I could find his post easily. (No division by ANY number required! )
Congrats on the new Opinel!
On my daily walks, I've been crunching through plenty of fallen sycamore leaves for a month already!
Fine fall foursome in your photo!
Thanks for posting the informative links, Steve!
Thanks, Alan; no idea how old that Mohawk canoe is (I think I knew once, but didn't write it down ).
Love the brass dogs knife!
I'm not convinced Manny agrees with you on how fine the comb would work!
That Navy Utility Jack is heartwarming!
Hope you have a great visit with your family, Jeff!
Thanks for the replies, John.
Yankees are indeed baseball; Alan @joeradza can probably wax eloquent for you about their recent hot streak.
Alox of the Week for me is a black Pioneer:
non-Alox SAK of the Week is a Vic Explorer:
Don’t do it GT! That SAK Pioneer you have will do just fine . That’s one of my favorite knives. Thanks, as always, for the kind words!
Thanks for reminding me, I need to hunt down another Old Timer Trapper.
Thanks John, it's a favorite of mine, I love your Gunstock (76)? I know there's a story behind it in regards to being recovered but can't remember the details
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Nice old Sheffield folder
Nice pairing Ron
Looking good my friend
Stellar knife Gary
Looks like you've got the same problem as me Bill
Thanks John, I love that Doc Oc background!
Thank you GT, I suspect there are times my parents wished they'd picked 'Trouble' instead I always enjoy seeing your black Pioneer, it's a very elegant-looking SAK
Great pic Gary, who made the knife?
The #76 is special to me, maybe my favorite knife of all of them. On vacation, my kids went exploring a little coastal town and all their shops. They came back excited because they found me a knife store. We went down to the store and I was excited to see a small collection of GEC knives, all at retail prices. My boys helped me pick out the one we liked the best, so it's my first brick-n-mortar purchase and the first knife my boys picked out for me. It came with acrylic handle covers, so I sent it to Glenn for a re-cover in ebony and a new shield. The sword shield reminds me of my boys because (like me) they love fantasy novels. So this knife reminds me of my boys like no other can.
Thanks, it's from William Rodgers
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I have a very small collection of Spider-Man comics.
Happy to help, John!
@5K Qs ~
Thanks again. Unfortunately he doesn’t seem to be active on BF now, and the system will not allow a PM. Hope he’s ok and sees this thread!
I appreciate your wishes regarding the grandchilluns coming! We haven’t seen the girls since we drove out there last Halloween
Btw, the 10th covers wives and oxen, but it doesn’t mention knives, does it?
Thanks, Jack. Piano keys always harmonize.
I love seeing that TC happy in its new home, actually getting to play outside.
Thanks. I believe it was Case's best version.
What a great blade! Not the usual wimpy little pen
Thanks it’s amazing how they were able to nest in 4 blades without making it too thick
And the blades were ground down to almost a zero bevel they cut great
GEC#62 for Tuesday, just Stag.