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    The knives of 2011


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    2011 wasn't one of my better years for sales but it was the "Year of the Tusker". I made 40 Tuskers in 2011. That was the best year for them. The most requested knives were the Tusker, PSK knife and the UNK.
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    41 Tuskers and...

    of course the cream of the crop from last year (even if it only made it in by a hair)...

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    Of course I might be a little biased when I say the above...
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    I noticed the PSKs on your site - couldn't locate pricing and availabilty...
    could you send me some info?


    thanks,

    Jerry Moores
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    2011 wasn't one of my better years for sales but it was the "Year of the Tusker". I made 40 Tuskers in 2011. That was the best year for them. The most requested knives were the Tusker, PSK knife and the UNK.
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollinAshmore View Post
    of course the cream of the crop from last year (even if it only made it in by a hair)...

    100_0357.jpg

    Of course I might be a little biased when I say the above...

    That thing is an absolute beast. I got to see it in Scott's shop. That is Popeye's knife!

    Loveless had the drop point hunter, Moran the ST24. Scott, the Tusker is all you man! My SEAL Tusker and my 8" Tusker have been getting a good amount of use lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdmtampa View Post
    I noticed the PSKs on your site - couldn't locate pricing and availabilty...
    could you send me some info?


    thanks,

    Jerry Moores
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    Hi Jerry, click onto the pricing/specs page on my website. The PSK knife info is listed there. My wait time is short, about two to four weeks.
    Thanks, Scott

    Collin, that was the biggest piece I made for 2011.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Collin, that was the biggest piece I made for 2011.
    Be careful, the Mother Tusker might get jealous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by silenthunterstudios View Post
    Be careful, the Mother Tusker might get jealous!
    The "Mother" is still king of the hill. Especially when you can baton it down through a 4 foot log.
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    Yeah, no challenge to the "Mother" here! She's a fun design and very useful, but I don't deny the "Mother" is more practical.

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    2 out of 3 ain't bad! A PSK & UNK arrived from the G man in 2011......... maybe 2012 will be my year for a Tusker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollinAshmore View Post
    Yeah, no challenge to the "Mother" here! She's a fun design and very useful, but I don't deny the "Mother" is more practical.
    Great fun checking the Mother out at Saubels parking lot in Stewartstown!
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