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    I sure love the knives that Scott hand craft's.

    This is a all time favorite. If you do not yet own one of his big edge tools. Do your self a favor and get on the sing up list today!

    This is an incredible tool, a must have for the outdoors man!




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    WELL SAID !!!!

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    Just wanted to share.

    Really feel'in the Gossman knives!


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    A good combo for the woods? SAK, PSK SR and Estwing campers axe.



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    So what'd ya think....all fancied up in a new JRE Sheath....Great Job Dan



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    CNAS122 That is a sweet sheath. I have a Big Boar Tusker coming between the end of Dec and 1st week of Jan. I may have to buy a sheath like that for it. Maybe have it set up for a piggyback rig for a PSK Sr. Once again sweet rig!

    Mike

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    WOW, that is nice. Those guys do a great job. What are you putting in the small pouch?
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    Anything really. Told him to make it large enough for a whetstone, tiny leatherman, small fishing package....or a mini snickers bar....mmmmmm snickers
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    Just what I like to see. Thanks for posting.
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    Curious about the oddly shaped/blunted point. Any specific purpose?
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    Good question. I would say added strength. One thing I like about the wharncliffe design is a wide fine point that is stronger then a tapered fine point on a smaller knife. Although with my Tusker design, I don't taper the point as much as I do with the smaller blades. Hope that makes sense.
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    My only Gossman for the time being. Got a special order in with Scott so this one will have to do for now. Handled by Fiddleback.

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    Last edited by pittsteele; 04-05-2010 at 02:56 PM. Reason: i screwed up pic link

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    Thanks for sharing the pics guys. I'm busting to get that 10 incher finshed up so I can test it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsteele View Post


    Great collection man!

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    thanks. i pretty much have all my bases covered there

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    Hey pittsteele, I see you've got that double knife set, Tusker and small companion blade. That's the only double set I ever made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Hey pittsteele, I see you've got that double knife set, Tusker and small companion blade. That's the only double set I ever made.
    Scott
    nice! i got lucky on ebay, hell of a deal too they've been used but in great shape. great set-up Scott

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