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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
thanks again; he totally gets how special it is. He’s got the heart and soul of a true outdoorsman.
Such a cool knife, I always liked that etch.
@JohnDF Thanks John!
A few fly specs on the blades, but still a beauty nonetheless. I’m impressed by the build, thick knife. Kinda rare now I understand.
I haven't seen any around in quite a while.
Nice looking knife, hard to beat the look of Case’s chestnut and CV!
Alox of the Week is my black Pioneer:
non-Alox SAK of the Week is a Vic Explorer:
Bailed non-SAK of the Week is a Colonial electrician knife:
International Knife of the Week is an Otter workman:
So sad to hear of the passing of another Legend my friend .
Thank you. It just gets better looking with age, too.
That looks like a serious work knife.
Thank you, fellas. I am still collecting my thoughts on the Winchester. On paper, I really like it but the benchmark that I compare it to (Case Sowbelly) makes it difficult. I feel like Case does an exceptional job on their Sowbelly design. Though the Sheepfoot is pretty obtrusive on the Case, more so than the Winchester, it is ground quite thin and is a pleasure to use. The construction is quite sound on the Winchester though, but if I am going to make it a regular user, I am going to need to thin the edges out a wee bit.
Aside from being able to score a Winchester Sowbelly (Black Box), I also was able to get one of these Case Barlows in CV - I missed out on them and have been looking for one ever since. I have @LastRodeo to thank for making both available to me. (Now I need to get a little patina on it....)
Finally able to catch up after a couple of days down after the Second Covid shot 4 days ago . And no knife carries since then but I do have these in my pockets today .
And the Turkeys are back again :
Thank you GT!
Glad to hear you are back on your feet again Harry, and protected, good news!
Nice looking knives and cool shot of the turkeys!
Nice use of light in this shot, Rachel!
@5K Qs ~ my Peanut and I appreciate your kind comments, my friend.
@Old Engineer ~ Harry, I’m glad you two got the shots, but sorry to hear you had a little reaction. Down here behind enemy lines, the efficiency is dismal on getting the vaccines distributed.
Say hi to your best half for me!
Thank you my young friend . I am also glad that you are back on your feet my friend , and not in a big Ice Cube .
Thank you Jeff . I did not realize that us Cheeseheads were that far ahead of you Flatlanders . #3 Vs # 24 . I did as you requested and she said Hi . Take care my friend .