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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
In my pocket today is this little Puma 4 Star in olive wood.
Today, some 3 3/8 Queen-S&M orange bone.
A great day to all.
Those two go together well Paul I wish Victorinox still used that style of punch
Thank you for the kind words my friend
That looks like @pertinux blue! Such a shame she's no longer a member here
Dawes & Ball Pipe Tools were the bee's knees Dylan Is there a 'Clifton' mark on the frame? Wonderful Wostenholm Lambsfoot buddy
Handsome pair Harry
Carrying my large Rosewood Lambsfoot today, and a Random Tuesday Antonini Old Bear
Top of the morning to you!
Lionsteel CK Roundhead.
A wonderful shade of blue.
That Pipe Knife is very very cool.
A very elegant knife, Harry.
That bone is marvelous.
A great working pair of knives, Jack.
For Trapper Tuesday...
Thanks John, it certainly is !!
That looks like an unusually well built pipe tool.
The Fleschwund Trapper for Tuesday along with the 86 reporting for duty. Y’all have a good one!
Well, thank you!
This is a good place to be seen.
And speaking of good to see...
Is that a split back?
A burly jack goes well with a trapper!
Have a great day, Jon!
To see and to be seen
Not a split back, a two spring.
Thanks a lot pal, the same to you
I’m going to tote this pair for a few days!
The 6308 Whittler is an eight dot, 1972.
The Victorinox Fisherman was a Christmas gift from my best wife many years ago, and it was carried daily~and used for much more than fishing~ for a long time. Yesterday, some of you were posting hopeful pics of fly rods, which made me jump on that idea. Maybe this will help bring it.
When I wade my local river for smallmouth, I leave everything behind except this stainless SAK. I confess that the scissors is the most used tool.
Last year, I regretted not having a camera, because I caught two 20” bass on consecutive casts at my favorite cut bank. I’m just afraid of damage, because even though there’s almost a mile of knee deep wading, there are a couple of chest deep places to get through.
The one time I cut across the fields to get there, I came home literally crawling with ticks, so wading it is!
Have a great Tuesday!
Getting some melting today. Warm enough that I didn't have to shovel last night's snow
A different set of knives rotated in yesterday for a week of carry, and I'll post them this week in a different order than I typically do, since the weather has finally broken (above freezing on Sunday for the first time in a couple of weeks ).
Lambsfoot of the Week is Cracker Jack, my Ashley's Choice stag lambsfoot, a Jack Black SFO from 2018:
Stag/Horn Knife of the Week (in addition to Cracker Jack ) is a Joker horn lockback:
Peanut of the Week is a Remington with wood covers:
Albers Jack and a Voos Arrow
Nice to see Cracker Jack making an appearance again.
It's one of my favorite knives to see of yours... a wonderful Lamb.