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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Wood covered Trappers today : Iron Wood and Mesquite
That jigging and color, brilliant. Case just do it so well..
@btb01 I hear you about the spreader knives Barrett Preferably fixed
And Brie should NOT be spread anyway but CUT in slabs......
Wow, that Lick Creek looks like it just rolled out of the factory.
Another evening, another fave
Have a safe one all.
I actually agree wholeheartedly. But I do love to fidget with that Trestle Pine. And I don’t worry about it cutting me!
I ought to start a thread called “Post your saber grinds and all the stuff they are too thick behind the edge to slice effectively! (Traditionals Only)”
Helize made fixed blade and a Schatt folder today.
Dang now I need to step up my butter knife game. That is awesome!
Thanks Jack, enjoy your day, your covered for a wide assortment of cutting chores
Thanks Barrett, sporty 25
Really like your Helize Greg, I love his stuff
What kind of traditional knife did she get for her birthday gift, Bruce?
Happy birthday to your wife, too!
Sure like your big bad 858 Stockmen!
Looks like a great knife.
Case 8508 Whittler again.
And Vic Fisherman...
She got what she wanted but she didn’t ask for a knife. She has a small collection of pen knives - she collects knives by seeing one on my desk that appeals to her and by saying ‘I like that’ - it becomes hers! OH
Ps nice Case Whittler - a favorite pattern.
Feelin’ keen today
a great day to all.
Thanks for the info, Gus. Knife storage is hard! I think I have all of the boxes that came with my knives, but I don't even try to keep each knife with its own box. The knives are in several Plano boxes in a cupboard in the dining room, and the boxes are in a big box in the basement.
ED is a generous guy!
Thanks for the staff info, Jack & Rachel; sounds like you know what you're doing! I still have to learn how to actually use a cane/staff as an aid to walking. Currently, I think my stick would be primarily a burden I bear, rather than a tool I use!
I probably should have noticed that the slip is too short for your ebony WCLF.
High quality photo of a couple of fine knives!
Those are cool knives with the lighthouse images!
Thanks, Jeff; it's a pattern I really enjoy. It originally had a pen secondary, but Paul Hilborn modified it to a coping blade, and added the EO notch.
Dependability on the rocks, Steve!
Thanks, JJ; certainly agree about the bone.
Keeping that old Vic OUT of my pocket would be a real challenge!
Handsome red/black combo, Paul!
I should put learning something about dating SAKs on my list of projects.
Magnificent knife, Dean!
WW! That's quite a change in 4 months, and looks fantastic!
Congrats on the new Buck pen knife!
Worthy wood pair, Jack!
Commendable couple of classics, John!
I enjoyed the stories about the Vic Fisherman and about Fisherman Jeff!
But what I'm really wondering about is the ice in the first photo. Did you make an ice sculpture of the fish depicted on the knife??!?? I know you've got skilz, but that's crazy!
I carry today this GEC #15 in Antique Yellow Jigged Bone.