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    I received Anniversary knife #5 today. Great knife!

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    Very nice indeed

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    Thanks for posting. keep em coming. if possible, I'd like to see some action pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Thanks for posting. keep em coming. if possible, I'd like to see some action pics.
    Scott
    How about videos? I might make one tomorrow of my dismantling some wood with the psk.

    brett
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    Here is some Gossman love for ya!!



    Some Baton action...












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    Last edited by Marcelo Cantu; 03-09-2008 at 03:48 PM. Reason: layout

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    Marcelo, great stuff, looks like a fun workout

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    What's the model of knife, no choil, with brown scales, I love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    What's the model of knife, no choil, with brown scales, I love it!!
    Which one, third down from the top? That's one I call the pocket hunter. 7" overall with a 3" semi skinner blade. That one has stag.
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    well, Bruce C. (ilbruche) just sent me pics of my JUST rehandled PSK.

    What do you think?

    I am SUPER HAPPY!!!! Can't wait to hold it. it's going hiking this next friday. Gonna take the camera and have some fun.

    FYI, I asked Bruce to NOT cover the end holes in case I need to baton the end into a log, etc.

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    Very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Which one, third down from the top? That's one I call the pocket hunter. 7" overall with a 3" semi skinner blade. That one has stag.
    Scott
    It would be the third one down from the top in the first photo. Also featured in pic 2, 3, and 4. I do like that pocket hunter though

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    What's the model of knife, no choil, with brown scales, I love it!!
    If you mead the one with the olive micarta scales it's a coil-less mini-tusker I think that k.estela had Scott make the finished blade and the had a custom gunsmith add the scales. That knife is built for punishment!

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    Thanks Marcelo, figures I'd fall in love with a pure one-off. That is a beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdws1975 View Post
    well, Bruce C. (ilbruche) just sent me pics of my JUST rehandled PSK.

    What do you think?

    I am SUPER HAPPY!!!! Can't wait to hold it. it's going hiking this next friday. Gonna take the camera and have some fun.

    FYI, I asked Bruce to NOT cover the end holes in case I need to baton the end into a log, etc.

    Brett





    brett--- that came out awesome... i like it.... bruce does some great work... i recently got a few of his firesteels...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnfolk mike View Post
    brett--- that came out awesome... i like it.... bruce does some great work... i recently got a few of his firesteels...
    man, I agree. Bruce does amazing work and he's great to deal with.

    I am def. looking forward to having this in my hand.

    Brett
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    here is the sheath Bruce made for me.

    It's a combo necker and belt sheath!




    thanks,
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    Nice!!
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    gosh, I love Bruce's sheaths! He is a talented guy!

    brett
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    She ain't done yet. You can see I haven't even tied and cut off the sinew yet. Still needs to have the edges burnished, wet formed, etc, etc.

    I dyed it with a combination of cordovan and chocolate brown. It was a fun knife to work on.

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