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Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by Nick4305, Aug 4, 2013.
Ahh... the confortable sensation of having a bunch of Alox on their way to my home...
Nick4305 OK, you got me curious, what other bad news??????
Can't wait to see it, what color?
New page, R.A.P. !
...no more "fancy" colors other than red, silver, black, green and blue... not confirmed btw.
I hope LE will survive, at least.
Can't wait to see it, what color?[/quote]
Red, of course.
on color, on red!!!!!
Glad I went ahead and bought almost everything out there I wanted, may have been a very wise investment!!!!!
I think so.
Give me a chime in if you're intentionned to let your CCF red/black Harverster go.
These kind of news were floating in the air since time... may be they are only re considering their external "vendors", cutting off from the market some speculators (you know what i mean...).
You definitely have first dibs on anything I have should I ever choose to let them go!!!!!
You're a Gentleman, Gary.
New in.Think this will be the last LE of 2016 for me.
Morning blue alox Soldier, "HMS Iron Duke" LE 2016, no.62/100.
So much more beautiful in reality than what seems in my poor pics.
A special thank to the guy here who highlighted me on this, and to the other guy who let me have my birthyear number.
WOW Nick, this I love!!!!!!!
Yes bro, it's really a beauty.
Hooked up a very, very rare old alox.
Finger crossed on this transaction, it could be the best of the year for me.
Fall is finally here.
Din don dan ... alox in.
Red old cross Pruner "Vessaz". LNIB.
Our third red old cross in collection.
Beautiful Nick4305 and you know how I like pruning blades!!!
Yes i know my friend, the pruning blades are among my most preferred too!
My new fidget spinner.
This is really a great catch for me.
I usually don't buy worn alox, but this one was fully worth of attention and respect.
Surely pocketed for long time, some chips on the scales, gently used tools and more than good general conditions for a guy who's near 50yo.
I have absolutely always wanted one of these in collection, and finally i found it.
I bought it at a really decent price (i will never tell it btw ).
Elsener Schwyz Victoria Soldier 68.
May be someone among the older fellow members here remind this one i hooked up some years ago...
..now this guy has an older silver brother to sleep with, near the other fellas Soldiers.
The hunt for a "Black Beauty" goes on.