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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
For the evening
Have a great one all.
Thank you very much, Jack!!!
Super cool pairing with your Hartshead Barlow and the Stan Shaw Ruler knife; the Stan Shaw is an awesome "Metal Monday" addition!
Starting the week with these two Remington jacks, the Big Jack made by Camillus.
I've struck out on all of the GEC knives I tried to buy in the last year or so. The thrill of the hunt is fun, but it's discouraging to whiff so many times in a row, and I'm probably about to miss another. I might stop trying soon.
I don't mean to complain too much though, and I'm not sad about it right now; it's making me grateful for the small collection I have already. This Beer Scout in particular is my favourite knife, and I carry it all the time, including today. I wish I had a bottle of beer to open with it, but I've got cans, so again, no real complaints.
Looks nice! What kind of turntable is that? Also, I followed the video you posted about tying that leather lanyard and it worked well! Thanks!
Schrade stockman today,
Thank you ! It’s a Pro-ject Debut Carbon Esprit . Wonderful sound and depth
Oh man your very welcome ! That’s great I was hoping that video would help you out and get you started with lanyards.
I'm just getting a bit caught up, Jack, and I read of Stan Shaw's passing. My sincerest condolences to you - what a tragic loss. My thoughts are with you, as well as his family.
A couple in dark jigged bone for me today (I finally landed one these Winchesters).
Yesterday's pair, sodbuster for outside chores, and the ½ half whittler around the house.
Two really nice looking knives, the color on your sodbuster is fantastic!
Thank you! I must admit that sodbuster wasn't what I was expecting, having ordered it on a pic of a verry deep even dark brown.
Any small disappointment was momentary, I've always loved the gradient and variation of bone, especially on Case knives. A lot of guys complain that Case dye jobs aren't more even, but its one thing I really enjoy about them.
Lighter and redder than I ever would have expected, it really is a gorgeous handle.
You wouldn't happen to be around shelby oh ?
Many thanks JJ, that is a pairing I always look forward to seeing, just fabulous
Thank you kindly Dylan Congratulations on the Winchester buddy
I'm carrying my Stan Shaw Sheepsfoot today, along with a Sheffield Lambsfoot, which @jsdistin rebuilt, and recovered in African Blackwood
(The marmalade was a gift for Stan's 90th birthday.)
I carry today this A.Wright & Son, Lamb foot (SFO Jack Black) in Ebony wood.
Couldn’t agree more, love the contrast, Case covers are top notch in my opinion.