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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you kindly, GT!
You know I have two
Thank you, and thank you again GT
Off to a fine start!
Sweet Keen Kutter!
Way to start J.J.
I'm awaiting on a berry myself, yours looks awesome
Thanks @Un-Chained !!!
Great day to be carrying a stainless steel Buck pocketknife!
Splendid pair! OH
I remember being very much impressed with it the first time I saw it posted. My wife and I both like to cook with fresh rosemary, and it gave me the idea to try and plant some this coming spring.
Hopefully it survives this cold snap, so we can see it once again in all its gnarly splendor!
Thank you very much, Bruce!!!
This little knife is making me feel a bit warmer this afternoon. Hang in there everyone, spring is coming,... eventually.
That knife does seem to have a nice glow
An oddity of a boys knife. I bought this from a kind porch member as it's a combo Northfield/Tidioute. If I have this right, he had a blade swap and the Northfield Spear ended up in this Tidioute 15 frame paired with a Tidioute pen paired today with an 84mm Recruit with new OD micarta covers
just wanted to get this in for Micarta Monday... a Dave Beck Green River knife.
He's my favorite maker of fixed blades; this one in particular is a rare bird... as rare as an albino peacock--but we have one of those too...
Great pair right there JJ
Thanks a lot, Paul!!!
Quite a cool and unique pair for you, today
That 33 is going to pair well with your collection. Great looking little knife.
Very true! I have had that Buck since 1974, it is tough.
I'm really liking it...glad I snagged one!
Not a good day to get a photo taken today ( Old Pic )
Wait a second. That is an odd bird. What was the donor knife for the Northfield spear blade? I can’t think of a Northfield 15. Almost all 15’s are Tidioutes and almost all Northfields have long pulls instead of nail nicks. ???