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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Just in ! Well put together, I did touch up the edge a bit, but otherwise excellent knife.
Congrats on a beautiful Camillus, Steve!
I don’t know how you come up with these, but I sure like seeing them.
A little newer, but yet another great Camillus stockman!
Higos are so cool looking!
But were you really supposed to do that?
Thanks, Jeff! Probably from the ‘80’s, or late ‘70’s.
Looks like it performed admirably, and it sounds like you are a great neighbor!
Thanks Jeff !
Thanks Tom, two beauties there
Thanks Tony, I really enjoyed it, first time I've been anywhere since well before Christmas
Thanks John, it was I was in bed by 8.00pm last night!
Very nice Gary, how do you find that RR Damascus?
Many thanks JJ, what a fabulous pair of Cattaraugus pocket pals Beautiful jigging on the Scout
Thank you very much Dean, I had a great day out I hope you had a good hike yourself my friend, with that treasured companion
You are going to miss that white stuff Dan!
Hope everyone has had a reasonable, and that you all have a great weekend ahead Carrying my Hartshead Barlow again today, and an Old Friend
Thank you very much, Will. Yes they are very good.
Today with this Joseph Rodgers from Sheffield in Rosewood.
CASE again, Half-Whittler, two spring version.
Nifty photo of a couple of noteworthy knives, Steve!
Thanks, John & Dean. Probably my 2nd favorite lambsfoot, after the rosewood lambsfoot my wife and daughter got for me in York.
Thanks, Jeff. The only description of the wood I've ever seen from the maker is "burl wood", and I have no wood ID skills.
Thanks, @bigfish64 .
Welcome back, Tom.
That's a distinctive Lionsteel!
Because you've got a big barrel of Barlows, best of the best is a breathtaking bonus!
First-class bone on that pair, JJ!
Congrats on the new Robeson!
Belated happy two TEWs Tuesday to you, too, Harry! That's an elegant pair!
Thanks for the support, Jack.
Bonny black/white pairing for you!
That is a lovely knife, José!
Belated birthday wishes to your wife, Bruce; your ceremonial Case is a beauty!
(My wife turned 65 earlier this month, and I think we finally have the Medicare details all taken care of.)
Do-it-all duo, John!
Thrilling threesome, Rachel! I'd be tempted to add that penknife EVERY day.
Couple of celebrated choices from CSC, Dean!
Impressive blade variety in your black/orange wood pair, JJ!
I see everything thrice!! (Apologies to J. Heller )
Classy KK penknife, Gus!
Thanks Gary, sure is
Fun Friday, can’t seem to put this Shapleigh DE down.
a great day to all.
Many thanks Gary
Opened a bottle of wine for the Mrs. last night with the Climber - even though it lives in my bag to/from work I can’t remember the last time I actually carried a Vic.
So here’s to the good ole Swiss Army knives.
I like your style. The 93 in my pocket today, along with a Vic Electrician, is my favorite and most carried knife. Wishing everyone a great weekend.
Looks like a great combo to get things done! When I work outside I go 93+Farmer but I’ve been teetering on the edge of getting an electrician for a while now.
Nice workin’ patina on that Ramsfoot
Thanks Gary !
It doesn't take up much room.
Beautiful knife Gary! I went looking for one from that series but haven't found one as of yet.
Thank you GT! Luckily I turned 65 first and was able to figure it out so I could advise her. As a military retiree Medicare works with the DOD Tricare program to complete your coverage so I didn't have to read the dozens of supplemental insurance booklets that arrived in the mail by magic. That would have been a nightmare. BB