I am gonna try to scrape up the coin for a pretty Fuad, I think his work is outstanding,better than my old Jimmy Lyle. I have a Valkman fighter that is a heck of alot of knife for the $, as is a Greco which I have a few of.I have a couple Chris Reeves that are good.Only have 2 Randalls left out of a lot since Bo handed my first one in 1966. But,
I have found these to be superior in what a knife is for; cutting and stabbing things.:neener: I know you have issues with Kevin, but trust the moderators sense of fairness. So here goes last nights photos. BTW only the ceramic is not really carried or used, sure the are not abused (the Valkman and Grecos get that!) but I do use them when I want superior performance. I have more.
They make Vodka from potato? I did not know that.Would you like fries with that?
NICE looking knives.
April 5, 2009, 03:23 PM
Nice collection of Mad Dogs and a pretty chunk of change there as well.
I also have an early ceramic as well as a composite "Frequent Flyer".
April 5, 2009, 05:20 PM
I'm no great fan of Mr. McClung* (aka "Dark Genius (http://www.amazon.ca/Dark-Genius-Child-Prodigy-Shadow/dp/1561291420)"), but he usually makes pretty good knives.
I'd admit as much of my worst enemy, if I had an enemy, and he made good knives.
*I find his exploits extremely improbable, and his claimed practices- such as including some of his own blood in his steel- laughable.
April 5, 2009, 05:28 PM
They make Vodka from potato? I did not know that.
I always thought potatoes were what vodka was originally made from. I'd pass on it and take the Glenlivet personally :D.
Is that a Romeo y Julieta?
James T Thomas
April 5, 2009, 05:40 PM
The blackjacks are awsome, but so is the cartridge.
I presume the greenish blade is the ceramic one.
And the empty bottle. An old friend of yours that passed away while you were with him?
April 5, 2009, 06:39 PM
None of those bottles were more than 1/2 drunk! Kevin made the black jacks. Little one is 8 oz , big one is 16 oz. The dept. I reserve for doesn't allow them anymore so they are for historical interest.The cartridges I happen to find Saturday sweeping up my man cave, they are a 45-70 with 405 grain cast bullet over quite a bit of Reloader 7. The Others are the same vintage (20 years ago!) .44 special with a 275 grain cast bullet over Unique. The floor is my wifes art studio, she has excellent lighting!
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