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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Will Power, Mar 28, 2014.
That is showing for me now. I like that knife
Thank you. I have some other ones, mostly smaller, that have replaced the sheepfoot instead of the spay, with the punch. I like this much better, but maybe our primitive ancestors had other ideas.
Got this one from a fellow BF'er. Very happy to add to the collection. Canal Street Co-Op boys knife in ram's horn.
Couldn’t take it any longer, I hadn’t bought a knife in a few months. I snagged the second to last white bone Pocket Carver. There is one more left on one of the legit dealers’ websites. Mine should be here tomorrow.
Added a few this week
These two just arrived today, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Sweeeeet!!!! Love the patterns, covers and shields on both.
My floral knife came in the mail. I like it, chisel grind and all.
on Thursday and got around to opening box this evening. Very happy with this addition.
Thank you, sir! I feel lucky to have them.
Saw this a few days ago and had to add it.
Cool handle on that one! What sort of wood is it? Is it reclaimed?
It's laminated Birch, I don't think it's reclaimed, I've seen this grey version as well as brown and red so far, I don't know if there are more colours available, I suppose it depends on what their supplier has available. Maybe in time they'll get round to a G10 version .
Had another hunch and it paid off again. Bought as “ lightly used” delivered as new in box never used and still cover in factory oil.
My family came to visit and my nephew insisted I pick a Case out of the display at a bait and tackle store we stopped at. Seemed a good time to add a mini-copperlock to the collection
@Misplaced Hillbilly A Mini Copperlock is always a useful and welcome addition to any knife hoard, a great EDC too
Love the Team Roping sticker... My favorite sport!
Thanks, thats on my nephew's truck. He doesn't rope himself, yet. He was wanting to learn and had a nice mare his boss had gifted to him. Unfortunately and sadly she was kept with his bosses mules and the boss asked another employee thats not horse savy to feed them one weekend, and he left the gate unlatched and the horse and one of the younger mules broke out. They got onto a highway and was struck by a car. Hopefully he can find another horse this summer.
That's too bad.