BigSteve wrote:That's a beautiful piece.
Thanks. I was pleasantly surprised by the high quality of the fit and finish, for a Sheffield-made knife. Sheffield knives have always been, and still are, working knives for farmers and the like. They therefore tend to be sturdy and workman-like, rather than being finished to collector standard. This one is actually flawless. I guess the Little Mester pulled out all the stops for this particular knife, since they were using historic wood for the handle.
I'm also a big fan of Case knives, especially the peanut and the mini trapper patterns. Their CV blades take on an awesome patina!
Here in Florida, switchblades are legal to own, but you can't carry one unless it's clearly visible. However, because I have my CWP, I can actually carry a switchblade concealed.
Never do, though...
Glad to hear it. Lol.