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peanut740 wrote:I would call it a stockman.Look at the prior pages and you will figure out what a true farmers jack looks like.2 Blades,1 on each end.Serpentine frame frame and rat tailed bolsters.
wlf wrote:A farmers jack is a double ended single spring knife ,too large to be called a pen knife , typically about 4”. It has a pruning blade on the large end of almost always a wharncliff frame, and a spey or budding blade on the opposite end. Not everything is typical, but this is the norm. I have two of the "Old Cutlers".
Such as this old maker, American Shear and Knife Co.
wlf wrote:Thanks. She has tolerated the treatments pretty good and will finish them in about a month. So far so good.
wlf wrote:Appreciate everyone’s support and concern.
John R ,how’s the knee ?
John K, I hope your love life is almost as good as mine.