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    Quote Originally Posted by SharpByCoop View Post
    Thanks, Magnus! I am glad you posted a hello. For NO good reason (other than forgetfulness) I omitted your own great work. I will include it below.



    Coop
    SWEET!!!! Was that blade forged at Owen's sword hammer-in? On a marginally unrelated topic, I have heard rumour that Mr. Bush is actually the nephew of Kate Bush.

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    Thanks guys, very appreciated indeed!

    This sword is something I considered keeping for once but...


    Quote Originally Posted by jdm61 View Post
    SWEET!!!! Was that blade forged at Owen's sword hammer-in? On a marginally unrelated topic, I have heard rumour that Mr. Bush is actually the nephew of Kate Bush.
    I don`t think it was forged at Owens hammer-in. Since Owen forged the sword from a Don Fogg billet I think it might actually have been forged in US...?

    I`ll have to ask him about Kate when he comes over to visit this summer


    Thanks again!

    Regards
    /Magnus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnus Axelson View Post
    Thanks guys, very appreciated indeed!

    This sword is something I considered keeping for once but...




    I don`t think it was forged at Owens hammer-in. Since Owen forged the sword from a Don Fogg billet I think it might actually have been forged in US...?

    I`ll have to ask him about Kate when he comes over to visit this summer


    Thanks again!

    Regards
    /Magnus
    I thought that Don came over to the UK for Owen's swordfest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdm61 View Post
    I thought that Don came over to the UK for Owen's swordfest.
    That might be the case!
    I`ll ask about that too

    /Magnus

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    This is the coolest thread here so far Jim! Thanks for sharing.

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    Ansψ, Broadwell/Foster, Erickson

    Jens is a popular maker with a distinctive style. Below is his 'Outbreak' folder:



    This next one by Jens has some nice warm vintage micarta. Owned by one of our BF members, too.



    David Broadwell & Burt Foster collaboration subhilt fighter. This needs reposting:



    As does this dagger by Curt Erickson:



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    Vestal, Khalsa

    There two have nothing in common but quality and making their new owners VERY happy.

    Charles Vestal chute knife in gnarly stag:



    Jot Singh Khalsa with a traditional Sikh Kirpan:



    Coop
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    ABS Mastersmith quality

    Don Hanson III, MS:



    Jay Hendrickson, MS







    Aren't you glad you looked??!

    Coop
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    Incredible pics! WOW!

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    Incredible knives, I'm impressed the way you can show all the beautiful colors of them.

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    Awesome knives. The Hanson looks like a particularly useable and practical design.

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    Thanks for the great work, Coop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hanson III View Post
    Thanks for the great work, Coop!
    Ditto here, Coop! Really enjoy seeing your updated images on this thread. Just super work! And, love the variety. Tough job, isn't it??

    Speaking of variety, I am not a big tactical knife person, but I have been intrigued by Jens Anso's work.

    Last month I was cruising his site, and saw he was having a lottery for one of his Outbreaks. He had made 5 of this design (his Testlab Outbreak project is a couple of years old and he has developed it to help him stay more innovative in design), and said he had been carrying one of these for several months. I decided to hop in on his lottery for two of the five and won the first Anso pictured above. It is a super folder, and has a tremendous fit in ones hand. Truly impressed. His Outbreak concept is very innovative in itself, and I see Jens' work being highly desirable for years to come. The Haddock design is one of his Outbreak models that evolved to a standard model. No wonder! I love its look and may be adding another Anso soon that begins with an H!

    The Hanson bowie is just awesome, great image of it. A little different blade profile for Don, and one that is very appealing! Don does damascus and ivory right!

    Keep them coming!

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    Yeah, yeah Hanson, Hanson, blah, blah, blah. LOL j/k Very nice work by both of you guys. That pair of Hendrickson bowies is something else, ain't it?

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    Joe Mandt, you crack me up buddy! I really like the " blah, blah, blah

    CanineJoe, you holding out on me man, didn't know you were into 'Tacticals'

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    Thanks guys,

    Joe, I was VERY pleased to hear of your acquiring that Outbreak. Like me, I enjoy knives that go 'Clack' as well.

    Hey Don: Clack Clack Clack! You catchin' this maker guy?

    Yes, those Hendrickson's are exceptional. This is probably the only place you will see them. They are BOTH off to Hong Kong as we talk.....

    Coop
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    That DHIII piece is just fantastic. The owner of the Hendrickson pair is a lucky collector indeed.

    Roger

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharpByCoop View Post
    Thanks guys,

    Joe, I was VERY pleased to hear of your acquiring that Outbreak. Like me, I enjoy knives that go 'Clack' as well.

    Hey Don: Clack Clack Clack! You catchin' this maker guy?

    Yes, those Hendrickson's are exceptional. This is probably the only place you will see them. They are BOTH off to Hong Kong as we talk.....

    Coop
    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hanson III View Post
    Joe Mandt, you crack me up buddy! I really like the " blah, blah, blah

    CanineJoe, you holding out on me man, didn't know you were into 'Tacticals'
    Thank JIM, a very pretty picture.
    Thank JAY, more pretty knife.
    I have received them, and thank all the friends here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharpByCoop View Post
    Thanks guys,

    Joe, I was VERY pleased to hear of your acquiring that Outbreak. Like me, I enjoy knives that go 'Clack' as well.

    Hey Don: Clack Clack Clack! You catchin' this maker guy?

    Coop
    Hey man, I'm learnin!

    Think I can make a Clacker

    Thanks for the good words, folks!

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