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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: MOGC] #15412804 11/13/20
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Love it MOGC. It’d be a pleasure to own and use a knife like that.


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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: MOGC] #15413058 11/13/20
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Originally Posted by MOGC
Great pictures boys! Here is my Menefee...

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That is gorgeous


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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Cheesy] #15414003 11/14/20
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Bret Dowell

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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Cheesy] #15415409 11/14/20
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I have a John Lloyd in my pocket at the moment that I commonly carry. There is another minty John LLoyd in the safe along with my most treasured slippy, a Todd Davison I have posted here before. Also have a handful from GEC and favor their #66 pattern. My hand engraved bolster German Bull doesn't receive the love it deserves. I will say my Chris Reeves Nmundi is the best made bade of all of them. I've never figured out posting images here since it all changed.


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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: VinceM] #15416635 11/14/20
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Vince, yours?

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Bret Dowell

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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Gies340] #15417177 11/15/20
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Originally Posted by Gies340
Vince, yours?

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Bret Dowell



Yes Jason I think it's 3-3/8" closed , African Goat

Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Cheesy] #15437089 11/20/20
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There are some gorgeous blades in this thread. The one that impresses me the most is the little Camillus carried for 70 years by LEANWOLF. Wow what history. I collect antique folders and none bring more admiration for me that the well used ones. I have a stag handled Case XX trapper built @1950. It has been carried for so long the stag is smooth as glass and recessing from the liners. Oh the stories it could tell. I would really like to have all the pocket change that wore the scales down. I am too rough on them. Seldom do I get 10 years out of a knife before it is lost in a lake , river or trail. Often they have to be sacrificed for the greater good. Am carrying a Case mini Copperlock with classic yellow scales. I reground and reshaped the blade to a better design. The blade is so stained no shine is left. And it only took 2 years to get it to look that way.


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Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Cheesy] #15438704 11/21/20
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I have a few and use a Case Trapper most of the time around the farm. I like them but not as much as a liner lock or lock back.

I would like to get one of Chris Crawford's slip joints soon.

https://chriscrawfordknives.com/home/

Re: Slip Joints? [Re: Cheesy] #15440589 11/21/20
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Most of my pocket knives are slipjoints, many of them older ones. Only have one "modern" one hand open/close model, a Boker Gent II, and it's smaller and thinner bladed than many typical newer type knives. Favorite patterns are copperheads, scout/camp, and cattle (equal ends aka cigar stockman). Never really been attracted to tactical style knives, most just aren't shaped like I want. Two one handers that I do lust for are the Case Slimlock and William Henry T10 Lancet, both of which are too expensive.

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