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    Buck Nessmuk Images...


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    I posted here first, that I found a Buck Nessmuk, so I will post it here again. As well, there are a bunch of Nessmuk junkies around these parts.... : )








    Beauty!


    This one will go on the shelf, too nice and rare to use... But, I might build one close to this pattern.

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    Nice, I didn't know Buck made a nessmuk...

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    I wonder if they still have that pattern in their custom shop?

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    I missed getting one when they were available. Kept putting it off cause they were stainless, but I think of the Nessmuks Buck had the mose pleasing shape.

    Some people put too much curve in the handle for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raining View Post
    Nice, I didn't know Buck made a nessmuk...
    I suppose I should have explained that.... Buck made them for Thompson Center, as a limited edition. I also think they sold a few through the Custom Shop, but the numbers are pretty low. This one was from the Custom Shop, and a friend of mine picked it up at the plant.


    Quote Originally Posted by savagesicslayer View Post
    I wonder if they still have that pattern in their custom shop?
    A good question. But, the price would likely be painful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hollowdweller View Post
    I missed getting one when they were available. Kept putting it off cause they were stainless, but I think of the Nessmuks Buck had the mose pleasing shape.

    Some people put too much curve in the handle for me.
    Yeah, I really like this shape, well formed...



    And, here is the original thread, with some other information about this knife...


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    Very cool - I'm generally not a huge Buck fan, but that muk is a thing of beauty. I'm a sucker for a good muk, though.

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    I'm a fan of this knife, but I think I will have to insist on calling it a NessBuck.

    Looking forward to hearing more about it.

    Best,

    - Mike

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    Nicest Buck I ever did see.

    Jeff
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    Pretty nice. Do you have the number they gave it for Thompson Center or what they called it? Is there a model number on the blade? I would like to find one of these. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trentu View Post
    Pretty nice. Do you have the number they gave it for Thompson Center or what they called it? Is there a model number on the blade? I would like to find one of these. Thanks.
    This is the Thompson Center ad...




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    I e-mailed Buck inquiring about this pattern knife.I'll let you know if anything comes out of it.

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    That is a great looking version. Looks like a custom.
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    That is a really nice knife Sweet!!

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    I don't understand how his gear and canoe can weigh less than 26 lbs., especially in 1880. Am I reading that ad wrong?

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    You and that Gossman guy! Argh! I've been coveting one of these for a long time! Congrats on the score!

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    man.. these Buck-muks are soooo cool.. i have always loved em'... i wish i would have scored one when i had the chance a long time ago..

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    Quote Originally Posted by raylaconico View Post
    I don't understand how his gear and canoe can weigh less than 26 lbs., especially in 1880. Am I reading that ad wrong?
    http://www.paddling.net/sameboat/arc...ameboat31.html

    He had the canoe specially made. It was 18lbs.

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    that knife looks nice!!! I really like the handle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnfolk mike View Post
    man.. these Buck-muks are soooo cool.. i have always loved em'... i wish i would have scored one when i had the chance a long time ago..
    Scale the photo in Photoshop or Gimp, and email it to your favorite knife maker.
    It's just a knife. Not the Mona Lisa.
    I'll take one.
    Who wants build some Nessmuks like that ? Group buy ? A dozen ?

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