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    Quote Originally Posted by mistwalker View Post
    Sweet! I can't wait to get my hands on a 24/7 and I dig that handle color!!
    Cheers Brian, the 24/7 is a perfect edc for pocket carry for me and I'm sure great for a neck knife. My photo doesn't show the tapered tang and filework on the 1/8" stock. The handle scales are the 'glow in the dark' material which is pretty funky and very grippy. I'm really happy with it, wish I hadn't waited so long
    "Why put off until tomorrow that which can be put off until next week"

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    Well,
    I went from no Fletcher knives, to three -- as others have mentioned, I'm not sure why I waited so long?!?!?!?!

    The 24/7 is an EPIC profile for everything from woods bumming to EDC; the Hatchula is going to be a killer camp knife (spent the afternoon getting it sorted out as it came to me well loved/used), and the karniboro is just downright insane (some grilling pics showing the knife in action are forthcoming!)

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    The 6-5 is aging well







    Quote Originally Posted by xxwjtxx View Post
    Well,
    I went from no Fletcher knives, to three -- as others have mentioned, I'm not sure why I waited so long?!?!?!?!


    The 24/7 is an EPIC profile for everything from woods bumming to EDC; the Hatchula is going to be a killer camp knife (spent the afternoon getting it sorted out as it came to me well loved/used), and the karniboro is just downright insane (some grilling pics showing the knife in action are forthcoming!)


    I am seriously digging the 24/7 model.
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    lunchtime project; a little superblue "enhancement" to the hatchula

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxwjtxx View Post
    lunchtime project; a little superblue "enhancement" to the hatchula

    The Hatchula looks fantastic, Will! You definitely added three wonderful new blades to your collection, my friend!

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    Very cool!

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    Not mine (was here getting some leather) .. but thought it deserved to be shared. This fire hose handle material is pretty freaking cool .. "grippy"

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    Made a few changes to my set ups. Finished up the storage tin and trying a new Fire Steel. I really like the Exotac products.

    Last edited by MajorD; 05-12-2015 at 05:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonafide View Post
    Not mine (was here getting some leather) .. but thought it deserved to be shared. This fire hose handle material is pretty freaking cool .. "grippy"

    I'm digging that new fire hose stuff!

    Quote Originally Posted by MajorD View Post
    Made a few changes to my set ups. Finished up the storage tin and trying a new Fire Steel. I really like the Exotac products.

    Looking Good Dave!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonafide View Post
    Not mine (was here getting some leather) .. but thought it deserved to be shared. This fire hose handle material is pretty freaking cool .. "grippy"

    Might be the most bad ass looking 6-5 yet! Very cool stuff.
    Dave

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    My wife and I are camping at a local drag strip for a divisional race. There isn't much time for knife use but I was able to spend a few minutes with my Fletchers.

    Fire Prep made easy with BOXL (I suck at trying to take an in-use pic by myself. )





    The Pro 6-5 loves a good filet off of the camp fire!

    Last edited by MajorD; 05-16-2015 at 05:27 AM.
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    Dave, that sounds like a great time, and your Fletcher set-ups are sweet.
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    The Pro 6-5 is a hard working big knife in a little package. I had mine out camping this weekend. Everything from food prep to fire prep.

    Dave

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    Dave, the patina is forming nicely on your 6-5. Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle_P View Post
    Dave, the patina is forming nicely on your 6-5. Looks good.
    Thanks Uncle-P It is coming along nicely. I feel I've monopolized this pic thread lately but I can't get enough of the Pro 6-5
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    Wow Dave that BOXL is just awesome, and a great pair! I love those old Large name Stamp like on your BOXL!

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    Some awesome pictures you guys.

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    The 24/7 made short work of my father's day dinner Sunday evening, and then the X went exploring with me the next day







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    I recently picked up a 24/7. Can't wait to get to using it, trying to figure out a sheath option right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxSportsman View Post
    I recently picked up a 24/7. Can't wait to get to using it, trying to figure out a sheath option right now.
    I'm really digging the 24/7. I was just talking to Bonafide about making some skull clip ISP sheaths for the 24/7 a couple of days ago.
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