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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
I agree with Jeff's comments above - post away. I can appreciate a knife's looks regardless of how good the photo is (as long as I can see the knife).
Always enjoy seeing Zebrawood, why isn't it used more??
And the Big Q Stockman is always worthy
The work day/week is done, switching back to the Albers for the weekend.
My son's birthday today, I'll be taking him out for some delicious fish tacos later.
She’s a beauty!
That’s sounds so tasty, hard to get good fish tacos in Illinois! Hope you guys have fun and your son has a very happy birthday!
Awesome John !!
It has been a while since I carried these two Stag 73's together . Old pics
Long day, home now. Carried this Buck 303 Cadet for Black Friday. OH
Thank you, Todd.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Thank you very kindly, Un-Chained.
The Clam Chowder is progressing nicely. Should be ready in about an hour/hour and a half.
No pants Gary @Peregrin - just elastic waisted shorts. That way I won't have to loosen my belt after dinner.
Looks great!! I could make it east coast to west coast in under two hours, right?
That’s a sweet looking jack there, Gus!
Just shut off the lights and headed home. Micarta duo today
Thanks Jeff !
The pulls, blades and overall lines are unique. My closest to minty Robee.
International Knife of the Week is an Opinel #7:
Bailed non-SAK of the Week is some kind of SAK clone branded "Sheffield":
non-Alox SAK of the Week is a Vic Classic:
Alox SAK of the Week is a red Cadet:
Yellow bone and ebony today.
Happy Birthday to your son John, I hope he's got a nice traditional knife to carry
Have a great weekend folks I'm going to be carrying these two today
Today I carry this Weidmannsheil in buffalo horn.