I have these 2 cool folders to show you today, guys and gals, and being made in France they actually belong in this thread, not like the occasional domestic made pieces I slip in now and again in order to preserve my knives in one thread!
Up first is a Lacroix Fishtail coke-bottle slip-joint, that measures to 6 3/4" when opened and sports a SS spear-point blade bolsters and pins, white liners, and blue ABS covers.
Really light coming in at just 1.1 oz.'s but it did arrive sharp.
Another knife that has a far too tight walk of likely 9, along with a similar talk when closing. Good thing I have a steel thumbnail, and I mean a knife-pick not literally, but that IS the official name of those picks. A perfect fit and finish softens that blow a bit.
The second piece is a Coursolle "Yatagan" 6 1/2" oal slip-joint with a SS drop-point blade and all brass hardware featuring raised figures on both sides of the covers, a male duck hunter and a female field worker or possibly duck fetcher! lol!
Even lighter than the first example weighing a paltry 1.0 oz. and equally sharp.
This one has a similar walk and talk as the first knife, and fortunately the same perfect fit and finish as well to help me overlook the silly walk and talk.
These knives are made in France and then shipped to Texas to be sold and distributed by knives-of-france.com , and they have a bunch more very cool knives to browse and/or buy! My 2 will make teriffic vest-pocket fingernail knives!