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    KILLER thread, Joe.
    Thanks everyone!


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    Here are Dave's beauties.









    Doug
    I'm reposting the Loveless's as I thought the esteemed Mr. Ellis would identify them, for those less well versed in Loveless.
    Let me try, a Hideout at the top, not sure about the second Fighter ,a Mini Wilderness and a Battle blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacecouchx View Post
    Wow, may I say that mister STeven was VERY quick in response to my question. Not only did he answer with the speed of a person who devotes all their time to an internet forum, but he answered it in a way to make me look like a jackass. Well, I'm really tired of this kind of attitude on this forum. I was stating a point of view, and if someone can't answer that in an adult manner, than that person is the jackass.

    Thanks a lot,
    Brook
    Excellent post, Brook....way to make the thread about you!

    If you don't like a certain attitude of a forum, become an active, fully participating member, and post as frequently as you can....you will become part of the fabric that makes up the community....

    BUT.....to come in out of nowhere and try to step in between, say, someone like Keith Montgomery and myself, is to invite a shotgun blast of negativity....if you don't like the response you got, find a different way to phrase your words so they don't call for this negativity....or go back to lurking.

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    STeven Garsson
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    I have just eye-balled some of the finest blades I have ever seen.
    Thanks for all the pix!
    Rolf

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    You are correct,second is an Amber Stag fighter.The Battle Knife is special as it is one of very few with the lugged guard seen on Big Bears.The Hideout is way cool with no Loveless Bolts.
    Glad that you like them
    Dave

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    Here's another Denning...

    Got this sub-hilt with mastodon from Geno in 2007.

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    And another of my favorites...

    Mr. Herron called this a survival knife, but I figure when knives are involved fighting and survival go pretty much hand in hand...Jay
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    I wish Steve Filicietti was still making knives. He was such a talent. What happened with him is such a shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacecouchx View Post
    Because of this little quarrel between some of the forum members, it raises the question: what differentiates a "fighting knife" and "a knife used for fighting"? Really, I see none.
    Where do you see a quarrel? Steven was just making an accurate observation. I don't feel that there was any quarrel going on at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Montgomery View Post
    Where do you see a quarrel? Steven was just making an accurate observation. I don't feel that there was any quarrel going on at all.
    That was exactly my question - what quarrel?

    Anyway - big thanks to JP for this thread - some really awesome blades on display, and greedy bastid that I am, I am still hoping to see more.

    Roger

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    Lotta mine are Bowie/Fighters, here's a couple straight ahead fighters.
    Desert Ironwood, N/S,1075, 8 inch


    Smooth Amber Stag, Silicon Bronze,1084/15n20, 6 3/8 inch

    John White
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    Beauties both John - what is the wood on that first one? It is stunning.

    Roger

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    Here are a couple. The first is the recurve model in 9260 steel and ironwood, then the persian model in 1084 and amboyna burl. A whole bunch of eye candy on this thread, I love it.

    Brion
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    Fine looking fighters John.
    Really like the damascus on this one.


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    Wow, stunning blades are shown here! Here is my mere contribution:

    These are mine, made by Jean Tanazaqc, pure business;








    And here are some from other knifemakers, not mine, but hey, it are fighters
    Ed de Pauw, http://www.eddepauw.nl/home.html


    Toni Oostendorp, http://www.eastvillageknives.com/
    The karambit is made by Piet S;


    Gudy van Poppel; http://www.popl-blades.com/index.html


    Hope you liked them,

    Tom

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    Hey STeven, sorry that I am "lurking" maybe I should pay good money to be part of a forum where I can spend all my time attacking other people instead of actually doing productive things. Maybe I should take your advice and waste my day away posting and badgering other people. It's really big of you to be intimidating 18 year olds. Good for you. I really apologize to the rest of the forum members for going so off-topic. But I do not apologize to you.

    -Brook

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacecouchx View Post
    Hey STeven, sorry that I am "lurking" maybe I should pay good money to be part of a forum where I can spend all my time attacking other people instead of actually doing productive things. Maybe I should take your advice and waste my day away posting and badgering other people. It's really big of you to be intimidating 18 year olds. Good for you. I really apologize to the rest of the forum members for going so off-topic. But I do not apologize to you.

    -Brook
    If you are intimidated it is because of your own weakness and immaturity, and if you feel badgered, it is because you don't yet have the skills to counter this.

    You are out of your league......instead of showing everyone how smart you are(not), keep reading and learning, and developing your love(hopefully) of custom knives, and maybe one day you will own some.

    If you are going to play a man's game in this man's forum.....you will be treated like a man if you act like a man.

    Best Regards,

    STeven Garsson
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    The Way of the warrior is a dying art

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    2 from Bruce Evans JS




    2 from Bob Dozier

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