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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you John!
Still with the #76... I need to figure out a name for this one.
Happy Wenger Wednesday!
Backpacker I, and Ranger.
A pair for Wooden Wednesday.
Just going with my gut on this one? "Ol' Humpy".
My submission for Wooden Wednesday- my custom Opinel job. Padauk with brass liners and spacer. Stainless steel stop pin and pivot. Also in my pockets, my constant SAK Recruit and RR barlow in my watch pocket. After flushing the Rough Ryder, I did end up with some blade play in the main, so last night I fixed that with a little "bashy bashy". Note the scuffed bolsters- I didn't have the appropriate polishing stuff, but hey- it's a work knife right?
Yeah, I usually don't carry such similar knives together, but thought it would be fun today. The Boker fits in the watch pocket.
Mesquite #23 and a Camillus #66
That's a contender.
From your Boys so French for wood (I believe) is Bois???? Just a thought John so my offering is "Bois"
That's cool too.
My most treasured knife, my 2013 TC clad in ebony along with the newbie B&S in ebony as well
- finally found an H-D Case to match the bike...
...and please forgive me being further indulgent
Wow you folks ain't been slouching have you ?
Lots of excellent posts here since I last checked in on this thread a couple weeks back.
Keep up the good work , and I hope everyone is safe from the fires and such.
I kicked off the first day of fall ( not that it feels like it ) with the beloved H20 and of course my newly found love of the past couple months with the CV half whittler.
It's an outlaw jack, so maybe "Josey" for Josey Wales, or "Butch" or "Cassidy" or "Sundance", or my favorite, "Black Bart"
Search for l'Olonnois... the meanest of them all!
This one has been carried a couple weeks now. I’ve had ample opportunity to use the knife for its intended purpose. The blade is a joy to use. For a 3 spring knife it carries exceptionally well in pocket. When using the main blade the other tools are barely discernible. The micarta version is just going to keep looking better and better with use.
That's a wonderful Barlow.
I'd thought of Black Bart, but all are good recommendations.