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    Glad ya liked it Scott......Ive used this Tusker so much, its like an extension of my hand. Its nice to know what your blade can do. It split that round no problamo. Ill do it again and again with this blade....lol

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    9" Big Boar Tusker

    Finally got a chance to really use my Tusker on a overnight with my son last weekend. Sorry for the weak photography, but I'm a Tusker user, not a photographer.

    Taking out a sapling for a hiking stick was pretty quick:



    Nice sheath.



    Some fire prep:



    At 1/4" thick, the Big Boar will get 'er done:



    Scott's super generous choil lets you choke right up there for feathering, notching and such:



    Yup, the BBT is a keeper for sure.

    Bean

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    Great pics beanbag!!

    Love that BBT
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    Awesome, thanks for posting beanbag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snakedoc View Post
    Great pics beanbag!!

    Love that BBT
    Thank you, and.........

    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Awesome, thanks for posting beanbag.
    Scott
    .....your welcome!

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    A little photo op while crawdad fishing yesterday. 5" Tusker

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    Nice shot!
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    My first Tusker! Big Boar 6 Inch blade...




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    Great looking Tusker Bro, thanks for sharing!!
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    This is not actually an "in the field" picture, but a very good friend of mine gave me some doe meat this morning, so I grabbed the o'l 5" Tusker and began takin' care of business.

    "Under divine blessing, we must rely on the bayonet when firearms cannot be furnished". Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (April 1861)

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    Marc great pics! That is what I love using my Big Boar Tusker on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverwarrior View Post
    This is not actually an "in the field" picture, but a very good friend of mine gave me some doe meat this morning, so I grabbed the o'l 5" Tusker and began takin' care of business.

    Now we're talking.


    Congrates atcgriffin, welcome to the group.
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    my sidekick is still going strong (sorry for the poser shots but i rarely take a camera into the field)


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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsteele View Post
    my sidekick is still going strong (sorry for the poser shots but i rarely take a camera into the field)

    Awesome shot! Can I ask bout the two wrappings on the handle. What are they?

    Two more: Is the blade patina'd or is that just dirt from use? And where did you get that sheath? Looks great!

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    thanks man. this blade and i have been through all kinds of shit together haha. that's an all natural God-given patina right there (the blade is clean compared to normal...it's actually wiped off with some oil on it). and the handle is nothing special, standard 550 paracord lanyard and grip tape you get a sporting goods store. both help with control in the muck. oh and the sheath is a spec ops survival sheath ( http://www.onestopknifeshop.com/stor...al-sheath.html ) with a leatherman blast, bic lighter, mini flashlite (can't remember the model right now) and a eze-lap sharpener. anything else i need i improvise ;-)

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    pittsteele, that Tusker is badass. Nice pic. Love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsteele View Post
    thanks man. this blade and i have been through all kinds of shit together haha. that's an all natural God-given patina right there (the blade is clean compared to normal...it's actually wiped off with some oil on it). and the handle is nothing special, standard 550 paracord lanyard and grip tape you get a sporting goods store. both help with control in the muck. oh and the sheath is a spec ops survival sheath ( http://www.onestopknifeshop.com/stor...al-sheath.html ) with a leatherman blast, bic lighter, mini flashlite (can't remember the model right now) and a eze-lap sharpener. anything else i need i improvise ;-)
    Thanks for the answers! That really is cool to see such a great knife obviously used hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsteele View Post
    my sidekick is still going strong (sorry for the poser shots but i rarely take a camera into the field)

    Damn Bro, she is looking well loved!

    Great pic.

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    it's nice to see folks who appreciate her beauty...it scares my girlfriend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsteele View Post
    it's nice to see folks who appreciate her beauty...it scares my girlfriend.
    My Tusker aspires to be like yours.

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