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I had a terrible time trying to pull this Northwoods Indian River Jack in.

I don't usually name things ... but ... I had to give this one a name ... Annabelle

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My Spyderco Manix 2, just like every other day!


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Today it's gonna be this Schrade Old Timer, Middleman Jack with desert ironwood scales.
Clip, & pen blades. It's a handy little knife.

 
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I carry this one often.
This was Al Mar’s personal EDC knife that he gave me at the ’92 S.O.F. Convention, just a few months before he died.


Al Mar Hawk (Model# 1002TW - TITANWOOD scales)


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Stunning, Z06
Any idea what the steel is?
 
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Thank you Hobbs.
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Z06, very nice, was that a one off or is it a production knife? I don't remember seeing it on his site for sale. I'd love to have one.
Nice keepsake you have from Al!
 
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These two,

 
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And what is that knife scurvy.
 
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Today was Benchmade 477-1





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Z06, very nice, was that a one off or is it a production knife? I don't remember seeing it on his site for sale. I'd love to have one.
Nice keepsake you have from Al!


I believe it was an older production knife from the mid 1980s. They might come up on web knife sites with for sale sections.

It means a lot to me after I found out Al and I were both Industrial Design graduates of Art Center (formally L.A. but now in Pasadena). Al built a 2-man submarine as his Masters project.
This is a picture a friend took at the '92 S.O.F. after visiting Al at his booth.


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Z06, very nice, was that a one off or is it a production knife? I don't remember seeing it on his site for sale. I'd love to have one.
Nice keepsake you have from Al!


I believe it was an older production knife from the mid 1980s. They might come up on web knife sites with for sale sections.

It means a lot to me after I found out Al and I were both Industrial Design graduates of Art Center (formally L.A. but now in Pasadena). Al built a 2-man submarine as his Masters project.
This is a picture a friend took at the '92 S.O.F. after visiting Al at his booth.


Very cool, looks like an early version of the Osprey of the Hawk, that knife is a keeper!
I'm going to search around and see if I can find one. It's a nice clean design for pocket carry.
 
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Benchmade 755MPR.


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My Great Eastern Cutlery Wallstreet Wharncliffe Lockback Northfield Smooth Autumn Bone 1095 Polished Steel Nickel Silver Fluted Bolsters Brass Liners Cloud/Keyhole Badge ... anyone remember steel pennies ??

 
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Today it's gonna be this Schrade Old Timer, Middleman Jack with desert ironwood scales.
Clip, & pen blades. It's a handy little knife.



I just bought one of these
 
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Hobbs, that's one handsome knife sir. I had a Northfield Viper with a wharncliffe blade and it was a great cutting edge for all the day to day tasks. I lost it and really need to pick up another.

DSgrouse, that little Schrade is just the right size. You're gonna like it.
 
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Thank you sir. GCE61, the edge has good bevels but didn't really come very sharp. The bevels are a good start and I know the edge will be popping with little effort.
 
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Hobbs, that's one handsome knife sir. I had a Northfield Viper with a wharncliffe blade and it was a great cutting edge for all the day to day tasks. I lost it and really need to pick up another.

DSgrouse, that little Schrade is just the right size. You're gonna like it.


I ended up with the 3 blade stockman version........ ahem 4 of them cough, cough
 
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