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    yeah, i really should have said the sheath is not quite done, but i was WAY too excited to wait.

    thanks bruce for the great work man!

    brett

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    That´s my little Neckknife:

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    PSK Jr. in the woods:






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    Nice pics Brian!

    That looks like a handy little knife....

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    Brett's finished pair.












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    Awesome job, Bruce!!!!!! Really beautiful. Has a whole vintage/1800s feel to it, which I love!

    Brett, will be heading into town now (finally) to get new batteries for my camera to finish up in the woods with my review.

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    YOWZAAAA!!!! I am flabbergasted by how awesome that looks.

    Super job Bruce!!!!!!


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    My Gossman trio

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    Well I like how that turned out

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    Got out to play with the PSK today, this knife likes hanging around fresh cut wood
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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    Got out to play with the PSK today, this knife likes hanging around fresh cut wood
    Great pics. Love the first one.
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    Yeah, great pictures, I borrowed it for a few other threads so shine some light on the PSK.

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    Thanks guys, MRpink, no problem on the pics, borrow away. Good job spreading the word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    Thanks guys, MRpink, no problem on the pics, borrow away. Good job spreading the word.

    Hey, how's the healing process coming? You know if that pocket-sheath picture gets spread around too much, you're going to have to stay home and make sheaths even after you're ready to go back to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff H View Post
    Hey, how's the healing process coming? You know if that pocket-sheath picture gets spread around too much, you're going to have to stay home and make sheaths even after you're ready to go back to work.
    yeah, i love the one IUKE12 made for me. It fits perfect and has a nice cant to it for easy draw.

    nice job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff H View Post
    Hey, how's the healing process coming? You know if that pocket-sheath picture gets spread around too much, you're going to have to stay home and make sheaths even after you're ready to go back to work.
    Doing just fine. Going for a hike tomorrrow, yeah, the PSK is coming with me
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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    Doing just fine. Going for a hike tomorrrow, yeah, the PSK is coming with me
    Good to hear you're doing better. Take some pics on your hike.
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    Back from my hike, didn't get many pics, but I'll share two with you. I came upon an area of woods that was completely choked out with this invasive vine. These suckers looked like suspension cables on bridges. I also discovered that the butt of the PSK makes a very good mag bar scraper. You may be able to see the huge sliver falling onto the birch bark.

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    Very cool. I didn't even think about the exposed pommel end being used for a scraper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IUKE12 View Post
    I can't believe you've managed to hold out this long, we will need to post some more juicy PSK action shots to push you over the edge
    Nice pictures.

    You weren't kidding when you said that in the other thread were you? But your going to need more then 2 pictures to push me.
    Last edited by MRpink; 04-15-2008 at 06:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRpink View Post
    Nice pictures.

    You weren't kidding when you said that in the other thread were you? But your going to need more then 2 pictures to push me.
    I'm working on it
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