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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalohump View Post
    hey guys,

    My favourite though is the tiny little choil. So cute! What fantastic attention to detail.



    Since mine came with a firesteel sheath, I was wondering how to strike it and discovered that cute little choil throws lots of sparks and doesn't screw up the blade. I wonder if this planned or a fortunate accident?

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    Striking is usually done on the spine but if the area forward of the edge works that's a plus.
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    I have my first Gossman blade on its way!!! I traded for a PSK with a leather sheath. Can't wait for it to get here.

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    No pics but my buddy shot a small doe tonite and I used my PSK on the deer. Great little blade for deer.
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    I will be using mine on the next deer I shoot. I don't have a camera, but I will take some crappy pics with my cell phone.

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    Just got my PSK in the mail today. It surpassed expectations! I haven't cut myself with it yet, but I'm working on that.

    Edit: I'm so pleased with this knife--I had to add a picture.
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    Enjoy!
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    This is how I am carrying mine with a K&M matchcase:



    Last edited by troutfisher13111; 11-14-2008 at 07:51 AM.

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    I just purchased my PSK from Scott today at the Bel Air gun show. I have been eying these for a while now, so I figured what better way to get one than to buy it from the maker in person. This is my first custom knife and I can say it will not be my last, especially not my last from Mr. Gossman.


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    Nice to meet you today glsj1011. Hope your PSK knife serves you well. Thanks and enjoy. BTW, you're welcome to stop by the shop sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Nice to meet you today glsj1011. Hope your PSK knife serves you well. Thanks and enjoy. BTW, you're welcome to stop by the shop sometime.
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    I stopped by Scotts table last night, some nice knives there. Good score.

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    Scott, Had a missed opportunity with the gosshawk to skin a hog. Went this weekend we caught 4 hogs decided to kill one sow (other 3 in pen getting fattened up a little more). Did not have the gosshawk but I did have my psk. Used it on a 200 lb sow. PSK probably most handy blade I have.

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    That's awesome cd. Thanks for posting. I have a report from someone a few years ago that skinned an entire Alaskan black bear with a PSK knife. Including skinning out the skull.
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    Scott, I just got my PSK with the new handles, in the mail yesterday. I am very happy with the way it looks, it looks like a brand new knife. The natural linen micarta is a good look for the PSK. I plan on using it next week on the week long squirrel hunting trip.

    Thanks for the great work.

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    You are welcome. Enjoy my friend. Good luck with the tree rats.
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    got mine in a trade- it's dandy!


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    Got this one coming in the mail....so excited. My first Gossman and first custom



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    Enjoy!
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    Correct me if i am wrong, but mine is the Jr correct? The naked handled ones look larger. is that just perspective?

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    The standard is 1" wide, the Jr. is 3/4" wide.
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