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    New Outdoors Tools - Gossman


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    Thought I would share a photo or two here for those that do not frequent Scott's forum that much.

    Ill be sure to take some photos in the field as we head off to NZ tomorrow for a weeks bowhunting - Ill update this thread.

    Thanks again Scott, some brilliant workmanship...






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    Scott, makes an awesome blade. They will serve you well.

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    nice hat too...

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    Gundy, beautiful knives to have to take with you. You forum guys down under have some beautiful land to play in. Our daughter just left McMurdo Air Base @ the south pole, stopping in Sydney & New Zealand as well on her way back. She got to go sea kayaking and beach bumming for a few days & sent back some terrific shots. Heading to the big island this week-end & then back home flight next week. She's 31 yrs. old and this is her 3rd trip down there for the government. Unbelievable some of the places she has got to visit at her young age.
    Good luck next week with the hunting trip, enjoy.
    Be safe.

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    Nice! Gotta love the UNK. My Tusker/UNK combo is awesome. Your gonna be happy. That bowie came out great.

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    That's a nice pair for the woods!

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    Friggin' Savage!!!



    Good luck on the hunt.




    Big Mike

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    Those are some sweet tools you have yourself! Congratulations.

    Scott realy like that little sheeps foot blade to field dress deer, please let us know how she does in your opinion.

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    Love me some Gossmans.
    Great looking knives, man.
    Iz

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    Those are really beautiful.

    Definitely looking forward to your pics of your time in NZ! Good luck with the hunt!

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    Good looking bowie! I wouldn't throw that off my belt.

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    Hey gundy, best of luck hunting in New Zealand. I can't wait to hear about your adventure.
    Scott
    Gossman Knives, Wilderness Tools
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    Beautiful pair-o-knives. Love that brown & brass combo.

    Jeff
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    Scott Gossman makes some great stuff.

    Snippet of Fletcher Knives history: Scott Gossman gave me the steel and heat treated the blade for the first knife I ever made. Hell of a nice guy. I appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletcher Knives View Post
    Scott Gossman makes some great stuff.

    Snippet of Fletcher Knives history: Scott Gossman gave me the steel and heat treated the blade for the first knife I ever made. Hell of a nice guy. I appreciate it.
    Thanks Dylan, glad to help. Look at you now. Cranking out some excellent work.
    Scott
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    Taking pics of knives is not a survival skill. Moved to the Outdoor Gear Forum.

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    I really like the smaller knife, looks like it is all business.

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