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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleT View Post
    I just got this Hunter from Blade Show 2016 in today, courtesy of USA Made Blade!
    Excellent post. I was wondering who the lucky person was that scored that beautiful Hunter. The thunderstorm Kevlar and bog oak pairing is executed amazingly on that knife. Enjoy it.

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    Thanks for the opinions on the models gents, looking forward to the Thursday sales now. Nice post TripleT, great to see an up close photo of that TS Kevlar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gusbuster View Post
    Love that Bocote! I need to get some more!

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    Rick sent me a couple pics of the sheath he made for my new Ferox Bowie, I can't wait to get this package!





    Added pic without frog
    Last edited by gusbuster; 07-21-2016 at 10:38 AM.

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    That is a classy looking knife and sheath combo Gus!

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    Thanks Phil!

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    Very nice looking sheath. But, how does the knife get retained in the sheath if the weight of the tang and scales is greater than the weight of the blade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleT View Post
    Very nice looking sheath. But, how does the knife get retained in the sheath if the weight of the tang and scales is greater than the weight of the blade?
    Rick could explain how it works with the frog, there usually is som friction so it doesn't fall out. I'm mostly interested in using it without the frog. It's a southern style Bowie sheath. You can remove it from the frog and tuk it under your belt in strong side or cross draw for concealment. The stud placed above the belt keeps it from sliding down and the friction from the belt keeps it from being drawn with the knife. Look up some of Bill Bagwell's videos on utube, he shows how you can conceal a 12" Bowie.

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    Thanks

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    Luvin my new Ferox Bowie! Impeccable craftsmanship, perfect balance, and it feels great in hand!





    Last edited by gusbuster; 07-21-2016 at 11:54 AM.

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    Apache!







    Last edited by gusbuster; 07-21-2016 at 12:20 PM.

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    That thing is killer!

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    Sharp enough?

    1/8" Osprey Kife and Tool Mamushi cutting 450 pages X 2. 900 total. No tearing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gusbuster View Post
    Luvin my new Ferox Bowie! Impeccable craftsmanship, perfect balance, and it feels great in hand!





    Thank you Gus! Really nice pictures thank you for taking them and posting them up here. Rick did an amazing job on the sheath too!

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    Couldn't resist picking this Mamushi up from Chris during my recent visit to the shop:



    Last edited by prom52; 07-27-2016 at 01:15 PM.
    "The organization of materials into shapes useful to man is what separates civilization from chaos". R. Campbell

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    Couldn't resist picking this Mamushi up from Chris during my recent visit to the shop:



    That's awesome! What's the handle material?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPownson View Post
    That's awesome! What's the handle material?

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    The handle is crafted from Dyed Spalted Crotch Maple.
    "The organization of materials into shapes useful to man is what separates civilization from chaos". R. Campbell

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    Nice! That one's a beauty, Peter.

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    Your Mamushi looks great Peter! Nice pic too.

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