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    Very nice stag everyone.



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    Stag o yea.

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    I only have a few stag knives.










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    Some beautiful stuff on this thread. I don't have much stag but sure love how it looks.

    Here's my little contribution:

    A few Case/Bose

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    Thomas Turner & Co circa 1905.


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    Stag looks great on that cotton sampler collab. You landed a good one
    Campbell

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    I picked up this traditional boot knife for the unusual engraving, but it's got decent stag...


    I love the color on this Russ Easler fixed blade.


    My favorite from Frank is shod with stag.


    I carried this old Puma all over Europe for a few years.


    This Kious pocket knife was embelished by Chris Maloof.
    Looking to trade a Ebony Speaker Jack for an Ebony Clerk.

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    Good stuff goin' on here.
    Greg


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    Some mighty fine deer horns being posted.
    Have a few I can add to the mix.
















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    Greg...you have started somethin here brother...I'm really enjoying flicking through these photos of these most stunning knives...everybody is having a ball showing off their knives, and Im having a ball looking at them -this is great!...I wanted to start quoting names....but everyones knives are so, so awesome...keep em coming guys....
    I wondered how long it was going to be before the old Sheffields slippies came out, there is some old beautifull Stag on them, ... but then theres the Cripple Creeks, Hamptons, Bose...where do you stop?
    I do like macks ( protourist ) little Vom Cleff - absolutely awesome!!....Older Solingens are great with their stag....Im just waiting for an older J. Henckells to come out of the woodwork.
    Here is Don Seals Marvelous Wharnie he made for me with Stag slabs, now owned by the lovely Zeta...I miss this knife terribly.......

    Forgive me guys...the knife isnt in a class of yours..but the Stag!!!...I cant keep my eyes off the mellow colour it beholds....( another, better shot of the Stag)..

    Nice Stag slabs on this early Joseph Rodgers of my mate Ricks knife..

    Closer shots of the Stag on my Olsen..

    Gary Watson 16 Nov 1956 - 21 Dec 2009. Missed Incredibly.

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    Heres a few


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    Awesome thread. A few kernels in this one.


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    That's a juicy piece of old Sambar there S-K, looks like a nice bit of succulent fat on a grilled lamb-chop

    Eisman, that Puma you show interests me. Got a Weidmannsheil that's its double except it's carbon, has no saw teeth or lanyard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnas122 View Post
    Stag looks great on that cotton sampler collab. You landed a good one
    Thanks, I wish all three were as nice but I still like 'em.

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    I'll start with my latest stag aquisition, a Boker Barlow:



    I don't have a lot of stag to begin with, but I've got a couple more. The stag that's already been shown here is much fancier than anything I've got.

    Here's a shot I took for an older thread here with a Silver Knight, a Puma lockback, and a huge Bulldog whittler:



    and here is a shot of another group of three for the same thread including the "no bark" Gerber FSII at the bottom:



    and one more, my AAPK, 2010 forum trapper, probably my best stag piece:



    I've got a couple more I think that I don't have pictures for.

    Ed

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    I always keep an eye out for the stag dinner knives at yard sales and such. You just can't beat the fine old stag. Here's a couple more Creeks.
    Greg






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    boker 2004STC


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    Greg, that's a sweet whittler!! - Ed

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    Here's my three babies with a great TN product made just south of here....

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