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    My new NWA ....


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    Iīm exited!
    Today Nick told me, that my new blade is ready to rock!
    He made me a badass Raptor in O1-steel and now he works at the sheath!
    On monday he will send it and I canīt wait, to get it in my hands!

    Enjoy the first pic, guys!



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    Very very nice! Glad to see Nick is still rollin Is that a new hamon pattern I see there?

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    Hahaha, I thought the same!
    But after looking again I noticed, that is a reflection on the blade! (maybe a wooden wall in the background)
    I call it the new wood damascus!

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    Ah! Yeah, that makes sense, haha. I'm not used to seeing reflections on Nick's blades with their hand rubbed finishes. It threw me for a bit, especially since his normal hamon is visible there. New wood damascus indeed

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    THAT IS AWESOME!!! Great Work Nick and Congrat's on the knife Peter!!!

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    Nice knife! Wow
    Someday is today. Make your life count; don't just count the days.
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    Thanks for your kind words, buddys!
    Canīt wait, to get it in my hands now!

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    Awesome!!!

    BOSS

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    Got the info, that my Raptor arrived in germany!

    So I will get it in the next days and some pics will follow ....

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    Just got my Raptor and Iīm very impressed!

    Awesome work is all I could say at the moment, Beautiful, well balanced and sharp like hell!

    Thanks, Nick! You did a great job and I really love my Raptor!










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    Beautiful!! Congrats!

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    Yesterday I was in the woods to have some fun!

    Made a fire and just had a good time!

    The Raptor did a good job and itīs definitely a great working tool for the camp!










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    Thats a nice knife Peter, I'd like to get a scout one day myself. I have'nt seen Nick around here much though lately.
    Enjoy that raptor, it looks like one well built blade/chopper.

    Doug

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    Thanks very much, Doug!

    Yeah, you canīt go wrong with a Scout. Itīs a great knife at all!

    The Raptor works very well as a campknife for every cutting task.
    But if the logs are bigger, you better do batoning than chopping.
    For chopping the knife has to be more heavy!

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    Beautiful beast of a knife! Looks like the perfect companion to that Krein bushcrafter too
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    Yeah, those two were my last purchases and they needed to be used!
    And Iīm happy with both cool blades!

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    Nice to see it in action! Good scores

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