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Tsar Bomba wrote:TraditionalPocketknives has the acrylic Templars in stock as of today. I had to get the set...
m0nk wrote:Tsar Bomba wrote:TraditionalPocketknives has the acrylic Templars in stock as of today. I had to get the set...
You *had* to get the set. I'm glad I don't have such a compulsive urge to buy knives! Must be a terrible affliction.
So here's my contribution to the Pemberton photo roundup. I really like this little knife! The jigging is smooth to the touch, no cheese grater feel here.
Here's a comparison of smalls, the Pemberton next to a Case Peanut. Nearly the same size and blade lengths. The Peanut gave me an appreciation for small pocket knives, which set me up for the Pemberton.
Now for a comparison of the #6 main spear with a #14 spear and a #78 pen blade, just for fun:
Finally, here's a large, medium, and tiny sheepsfoot comparison:
Does anyone know the historical reason for having a tiny sheepsfoot on a pocketknife, or what it was classically used for?
Sharpnshinyknives wrote:Lee, I think that is a blade made for whittling. Nice side by sides. My Pemberton’s seem bigger than a peanut but after seeing your photo’s I realize that it isn’t. It must be the blade width that makes it seem that way.
doglegg wrote:Thanks for the parade Monk. That is some great comparisons of some great looking knives.
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