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Thread: Whatcha got on order? (Traditional Knives Only)

  1. #61
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    I had on order back-up Case/Bose Norfolk. Since it just showed up today I guess "on-order" is not exactly accurate. I am excited since this is the second one I have so now I feel perfectly OK with using it like crazy.

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    those GEC Tunas look awesome, great blade selection

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    Case American Workman Series Sod Buster 4 5/8" long, w/blue scales.
    ED

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    Jason,

    I like your list, you had a great assortment at Blade too.

    Mark

    Quote Originally Posted by bakerg2g View Post
    Menefee, Dowell, Hampton, R.Bose, Davison, Erickson, Cramer, 2011 Blade forum knife.
    Looking forward to them all...



    Jason
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    The recent thread on Senators where a MOP Queen was posted has piqued my interest so now I have one of those coming in. I also spotted and have a Schatt & Morgan Series XVI Serpentine Moose heading my way.
    - Trand


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    #53 Muskrat Fur Taker in 440C and antique amber bone.

    Its something different. It will be my first stainless GEC and my first of their large equal-end framed knives.

    Should be in Thursday, I'll try to post pictures soon!

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    I finally came out of my shell and bought a case peanut. I chose one with blue bone handles and ss blades. I might go nuts and buy a yellow/cv nut for work.

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    Right now the only things I have on order that I expect/home to get so of time are 2 Ken Erickson knives. Other than that...I have standing order with Reese for several knives, 1 with Rick, 1 with Don Hanson, 1 with Bruce Bump and my usual christmas-time knife that I make Kerry make me every year

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    I actually have on order a Schrade Jackmaster Barlow that I payed $4 for. I just wanted a cheap barlow knife that I could use hard and abuse. I might post a thread about it when I get it.

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    Hi

    I'm eagerly expecting a Juniper wood version of this




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    Im on Kerrys list, mabye my name comes up this year, otherwise its kind of a thrill waiting for a knife like this. Ive seen results from science that shows that we human beings adopt to all Kinds of luxery and dreams in about 3 mounts so mabye the wait for a knife, expected to be better than anything one has yet, is the best part of the journey?!!

    I.m also looking at wether or not to do the effort to get a 2 bladed jack. Mabye the CV swayback jack or a small texas jack built at the 3 1/2 frame. CV cases anyway.

    I also carry a dream of a normal sized scout pattern knife in old american traditional pattern.

    I made myself a nice fixed blade in this spring with a carbon blade from Björkman and for the first time a stabilized piece of wood (curly birch) and a sheat of rawhide. That brings me some joy now in holliday times!

    Bosse

    Bosse

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    I have been wanting the Case CV Swayback Jack for some time now. It may be time.

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    I pulled trigger on Rough Rider gunstock checkerd Barlow. Its comming, I bought a flatground blood red jigged GEC toothpick from fellow forumite its comming ( then I have flatground and saber ground #12 toothpicks in bloodred jigged bone) I got GEC #62 court house whittler coconut palm comming.

    And I am wondering what shall I buy next month. Should I got #53 furtaker trapper or mink furtaker trapper from GEC in smooth yellow bone or go for red stag MFT from GEC.. ? Decisions, decisions... I prolly go for stag

    p.s. When I go past you in slippery slope further and further down do, please wave. It makes journey so much better

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    Traditional Forum 2009 BF Barlow

    Should be here in a few days....WOOO-HOOO!!!

    Nathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndeezl View Post
    Traditional Forum 2009 BF Barlow

    Should be here in a few days....WOOO-HOOO!!!

    Nathan
    Congrats Nathan Lucky I didn't see it first
    - Trand


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    I have a Randall Model 14 Cut-Down Tang on order. It'll have an O-1 carbon steel blade, a #1-style brass guard, a #1-style black micarta handle and a rounded brass buttcap...best thing is, it'll be ready the end of August! Can hardly wait to get it! It'll be my heavy-duty field knife!

    Ron

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    I keep waiting on the three new promised GEC models - Whaler, Gepetto and Full House. Keeps me from buying anything else until I can
    see these. I can't wait. Whaler should be first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avoidspam View Post
    Hi

    I'm eagerly expecting a Juniper wood version of this



    Wow that looks great! especially the elegant file work that isnt over bearing...when googling what maker name do I put? Thiers?

  19. I've got an early Buck 301 and a Case medium stockman enroute

  20. I have a couple Juniper Nontron 25 and they have a pleasant fragrance --makes them even more enjoyable to use. That sheath is pretty sweet!

    Quote Originally Posted by avoidspam View Post
    Hi

    I'm eagerly expecting a Juniper wood version of this

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