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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pistonsandgears, Nov 20, 2012.
Ebony... My favorite wood handle material.
Thank you Bill
I'm enjoying seeing all the ebony Lambsfoot knives being carried today
Try this again. Dymondwood rosewood
This old Camillus Scout. Remarkably all blades still have good snap.
The wrattler today...
Ooops, forgot where I was. Here's something more fitting. Man, is this group tough! One little misstep... Actually I posted this photo earlier today but it was easier for me to just patch up the post with the offending knife with this re-posted photo
That wood sure looks like stag. What kind is it?
The elusive Deer Wood.
Mike, I didn't actually look at your post until now, but I'll confess that I ALMOST made a Wooden Wednesday post yesterday when I saw that there was a "fresh" post from you that had brought the thread back to the first page. I had already checked my pockets to see what wood knives I was carrying this week, but before I actually posted, I thought, "Hey, wait a minute..."
But NOW I'm ready!
A Laguiole my daughter got for me in Toledo, Spain and an A. Wright & Son SFO for Jack Black known as a Hartshead lambsfoot Barlow:
That one has all the right vibes to me. Love it. Great knife!
A W Wadsworth:
Very super nice.
I've been trolling the Bay in search of a knife similar to that.
Looking for an older single-blade spear Jack with end caps and shield.
Curly Maple on a small Bark River/Northwoods.
Yep John, elusive all right. Guess my brain is elusive too. Got it corrected.
See above. My bad!
Hot pepper and Box Elder burl.
Wow! Love that Case handle! (And the pepper--never go a day without peppers.)