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    No action pictures, yet, just posing.



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    Oh my... way toooooo shiny.... hurts the eyes.... gotta get out there and work that beauty, MRpink!

    Nice photoshoot!

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    I'm really liking this WTK





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    Got Gossman?

    Ok, well just some quick pics before I take these puppies out and play this weekend..... The PSK's I have had for quite a while, beat the hell out of them, and they still rock. The PSKsr I got a few weeks ago, and a WTK. Have another PSKsr to match the WTK on the way.



    My wife's user PSK with a On Scene Tactical Sheath


    My two user PSKs On Scene Tactical Sheath


    My PSKsr


    My Wtk


    Ok, so they are all poser pics, but I will try and get some action pics if I can. My camera isnt the best...

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    I see you got the patches. Those original PSK's look great!
    Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    I see you got the patches. Those original PSK's look great!
    Scott
    Thanks... and yeah I know they look great, work great.... I wish you didnt build such a good knife there Buddy, makes it really tough to justify buying more of them from you...

    On the serious side, I am going to parawrap my two user blades this weekend if I get the chance, same way you showed in the post here. Gotta match at least on of them to the PSKsr. Hell, I might even CLEAN one of them..

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    hey all,

    I thought I would go ahead and post some pics of my new psk with stag and my pskjr with bone handles.

    I have a feeling the JR is going to become my new best friend. I love them both Scott!


    Brett







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    Brett, those are beautiful knives, congrats

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    Dang Brett, those are some nice knives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockywolf View Post
    Dang Brett, those are some nice knives!
    thanks Guys. The next one on my list is a stag Jr. That's gonna be sweet!

    If you guys don't have a JR, you really need one. I'm am so impressed with the feel of it in hand. It's gonna be a great all around, utility knife.

    All glory be to scott...

    Take care,
    Brett
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    Hey guys, I'm having a blast with the PSK Sr. It is developing a nice patina. Here it is with some wild black cherries. They are nice and ripe around here right now. Very edible, yum yum

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    WOW, that blade is looking great.
    Scott
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    Cool heart shaped rock when I was hanging out with mtnfolk mike.


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    Great shot Mr. Pink.

    Scott
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    Here's a few:












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    WOW...that's the Motherload! Very nice collection!

    Jeff

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    Wtk

    Hear is a photograph I took of my WTK (A2) and did a little photo editing to add one of Scott's new patches!




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    All I'm seeing is a little red X where the picture should be

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    I attempted to fix the issue[?]

    Let me know if you can not view the picture, of the WTK. And then I will just use this computer as a boat anchor!

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    Very cool.
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