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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Cool picture, Jeremy.
That looks like a great knife, incredible handles on that!
Congrats on the new arrival, great unexpected surprise!
That is just so damn beautiful
I sure have enjoyed it. It’s my favorite Case knife.
. The covers on this on are sawcut amber bone Kinda hard to find these days. Sold out at dealers so you’ll have to keep your eyes peeled on the secondary market.
Got these out for the evening... I think it covers stag Saturday and Sunday. Behring Made Bushmaster and GEC 42 Trapper. The stag handle on the Behring Made is phenomenally comfortable--funny how a naturally occurring material and shape is so ergonomic.
Thank you, Gary. Those arrowheads were acquired from a friend and talented flint knapper in Texas in a trade. I made him a osage bow and he sent
all those arrowheads plus two flint knives and two arrowhead beaded necklaces, one for me and one for my wife. I was blown away by his generosity and the quality of his work. My grandson has taken an interest in flintknapping and has gotten some instruction from a few of my friends at rendezvous.
Here's a pic of him from 2018 when he was 9 yrs old working some stone on one of our campouts. And a pic of an arrowhead he made the next year.
Wow! What a great skill and generous soul!
Thanks John. It was a chance encounter that was the highlight of the trip for both of them.
@sunknife Ya THAT... is awesome !!
Once again, 500 miles from home in a hotel, and a bunch of pages behind here.
Returning my three grand daughters to their Mom after a nice week with them. We met in Kentucky, sparing me from having to drive all the way to Georgia.
I look forward to catching up with all your posts when I get home. For now, I’m zonking out.
That's one sweet knife Jeff. Hope you are all rested up in the morning and have a safe trip back home.
Stay well my friend
I am of the same mind as you when it comes to Micarta. For years I never really warmed up to micarta on pocket knives. I preferred to see it on larger fixed blades. However, when Northwoods started using the blue denim Micarta I knew it was for me.
Yes, that is what Hens & Chicks looks like in the winter. I planted these in a natural crack in that rock over 10 years ago. Hopefully it will look like this again this spring.
Keeping them sharp!
It's beautiful, I love it.
That's one heck of a FB
Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend Piano keys for me today