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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I'm going to start throwing this Templar Pemberton in my watch pocket every day. It's just too cute not to carry more often and it's really the perfect knife to use in front of knife-shy people. Expect to see it a lot from now on... Let's see how it ages.
I was pining for the green, so it's back in my watch pocket with my glass. The Kabar is very hard to set aside. It doesn't look so huge next to the Wright; maybe it looks and feels huge to me because in my experience this shape is usually 3.5" instead of 4.25".
Well thanks to a BF member for a trade, I was able to add this beauty to my rotation. Patina to follow.
The 112 is in one pocket or another every day since I got it. It's my most special knife, and if I didn't like knives so much it would be all I carried. But, as it happens, it is almost always accompanied by a GEC of one kind or another. Lately it has been this ironwood viper, which I'm enjoying a lot!
Some Ebony for today
That’s a beauty! Really like the covers, wish they would do that with a wharncliffe secondary.
Posted this in the GEC thread, but wanted to share here as well. Carrying my Waynorth Lambfoot!
Thank you very kindly, Jack!!!
Your Waynorth Lamb looks like a perfect slicer for your tasty meal; the Maserin Sodbuster is quite a super slicer tote, as well!
Thanks! Yeah, I know what you mean, a wharncliffe secondary would be nice.
Those Boker Barlows are eye catching...
‘my contribution for wooden Wednesday.
Toting this beefy Case hunter and a little super slicer from MAM, both wearing wood.
TC and Challenge
An American Jack and a Viper
Day three of class. If you don’t see me again I may have used this knife to cut my throat
well it's the right tool for the job, that 154 gets sharp
Endure the class, everything has an end
Ha... I was thinking the exact same thing.
They are very well-built too.
I'm so jealous of the Osage TC's.