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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Im teaching today, so light duty... I picked this one up on Martha's Vineyard several years ago.
I really love the lighthouse knife! I carry a keychain knife that is it’s little brother. I’ll have to put that Camillus on my “odd knives to look for” list!
R&D knife. I'm liking it......a lot!
I have Micarta Monday and Metal Monday both covered today. My wife wanted to throw the metal one away but I rescued it.
Sweet little knife you've got there! As for mine, it was in a display case along with various other patterns--no two were alike. I think the shop was in Edgartown.
I enjoy the combination of green micarta and brown bone. Just seems natural.
Many thanks, Ross.
There it is again! Nice looking fob as well!
These to with me today. Still can’t get the Boker out of my pocket for more than a day or so, and REALLY digging the single blade 86.
And well equipped for slicing and dicing
I’m glad it’s not a competition! My beaters and users would not match up. I’m just glad I get to enjoy @Old Engineer’s knives through the porch!
And if this bat flu ever goes away, I’ll hook up with him and he might let me coon finger a couple!
Couple of nice pieces!
Well turn off the teevee and get busy banging them pots ‘n pans!
The Voos in my pocket used to look like that...
That’s a very nice jack!
No need to test out why they call it a Toothpick, unless you’re brave and have a steady hand.
Would that be a TradGang rendezvous?
I slept eleven hours last night
A TL-29/Electrician in it’s natural habitat!
I hope that worked out for you. I learned the hard way that steel and windshield glass is not a good combination
Wow! That 85 is nice! Except for having a coping instead of a pen, it’s identical to my Grandpa’s old Camillus and the duplicate I found to carry. Super comfy in my hand.
I’ve been called other parts of horse anatomy,
Very nice work~ you’re talented, my friend!
Back when my wife worked at a country club, and had to open a lot of wine bottles, I learned that a LOT of the “genuine” Laguile waiters tools were Chinese junk. She tossed it after being unable to even peel the foil off of a cork and went back to her trusty modern corkscrew/waiter’s knife.
@Jack Black ~ can you get your hands on any Irish blackthorne? If it turns out too short, you could have a cudgel. Or as an old retired cop referred to his sap, a “persuader”.
Yeah Jeff, used both blades (the screwdriver only once to break the plug from a plastic box), but the Spearpoint acquitted itself well skinning the Romex cable - a job I normally prefer to do with a Sheepfoot. OH
Me too! Very nice.
I know what you mean, Jeff. I wouldn’t trust this one too much.
In my cigar box of that pattern, I have a three bladed Klein and Sons. The third blade is a hawkbill, which is perfect for that, as well as cutting drywall for boxes. Unfortunately, it’s real fat, so a real electrician would carry it in a pouch.
I had originally planned on converting it to a pruning jack for farm work, but time goes by...
Good to see you A.F.
Thanks! I like em.
Great working combo! Nice pic too. What stockman am I looking at here? I like it alot.
Sounds like recovery from time well spent with your grandkids...
Still enjoying this Mustang.