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    My (traditional?) field knives...


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    My new knives (top one just arrived)....large knife is 13 1/2 total length....1095 carbon...natural scales....all opinions welcome.........FES


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    amazing stuff, who is the maker and what kind of handle material is that?
    Personally, I want any movie I see about a guy that travels back in time in a souped up DeLorean and meets his parents before they were married to have the appropriate guitar for the year, kinda blew the believability of the whole movie for me.

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    Bill Akers (backwoods forge)....large knife is stabilised sunflower husks and lower one is snakewood sycamore.......FES

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    Really great looking stuff, FES! They seem to really right in the woods and field. I like the top one a bit more, the bladeshape and especially the handle material look great. The mosaic-pin on the botton knife is a real eyecatcher, for sure.

    Congratz to that both

    Kind regards
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    both are things of beauty. sunflower husks? thats different.
    ps-i received my copy of wild moose chase from a place in Vic.
    and guess what its signed by the author-bonus!.

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    You gotcha 2 great knives right there buddy!! thanks for owning them
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    Quote Originally Posted by meako View Post
    both are things of beauty. sunflower husks? thats different.
    ps-i received my copy of wild moose chase from a place in Vic.
    and guess what its signed by the author-bonus!.
    Im sure you will enjoy the book MEAKO,.Id be interested in your opinion also?...its opening weekend for duckshooting here on saturday and we usually get a pighunt in as well.hopefully get them both blooded one way or another...Thanks for the positive replies........FES

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    Nicely ground and most everyone likes 1095; those should get the job done!

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