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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Jaxenro, Oct 17, 2017.
My Boker camp knife, or the Italian job, depending on the occasion!
My new customized Honey Badger ball bearing flipper. White scales, red back spacer with black screws and pocket clip.
I think it complements my Akubra Tablelands nicely!
Really dig both of these. Where is your Stagg Italian job from?
It's made in Italy by Frank Beltrame. They are still available on a few websites I think. Legal to own, not legal to carry.
Case Trapper this morning.
Opinel No. 8
Love Opinels. I've been considering getting a No.6, the smallest with the locking ring (Virobloc). I carry an 8 now and again.
I'm thinking of getting a No. 6 as well. The No. 8 is occasionally a little bit big to carry in my pocket
I'm all in on traditional pocket knives and sheath knives.
Today it's a Buck 305 in brass and rosewood that just came in the mail, and in my vest pocket a 1920's queen cutlery bird and trout knife.
I'm also still carrying my modified Case 62032 Texas Jack in CV and amber jigged bone that's been in my pocket the past few weeks.
I'll finish out the day with it then give it a break so I can really get some use on the latest 305 ( my favorite Buck model, I have 3 other version)
FDL, 12cm blade, INOX with Evony
Case Trapper I have carried for 30 years
FDL, 9cm blade, polished INOX, black horn, dedicated black leather etui
Not familiar with. Looks great. Could you post a link?
Here you go….
6cm bladed Red Fox (Italy)
I carry two knives daily, a folder and a fixed blade, both in separate sheathes so they can’t really be called “pocket knives”. One is a Bowie made by Joker and the other is a Buck 110 auto. I like my knives in sheathes cause when I need a knife I usually only have one hand free to get it and digging around all the stuff in my pockets to find a folding knife kinda sucks. I also don’t need the Bowie knife most days but on days that I do it becomes the best tool to have, I also get a lot of compliments on the stag handle.
Muela Artisan Olive Wood
Part of my moving shipment arrived today. Was very happy that the first box that I opened contained my trusty Swiss Army Knife.
Fake Laguiole style knife souvenir from my Pépère's first time back to France since June 6, 1944.
Holiday survival knife