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Thread: Fiddleback Forge Comparison Photos (PIC Heavy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddleback View Post
    Man. This thread is my lifeblood. Thank you Maw.
    You are quite welcome Andy. The Lord knows I wish I had your talent, but that I earn that talent too.

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    nice collection bro!
    Say, any of you boys smithies? Or, if not smithies per se, were you otherwise trained in the metallurgic arts .....?
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    wow, nice photos. love the comparison shots. you only need a couple more and you'll have a whole line up! will you be picking up any of the ones that you dont have?

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    wrong thread...
    Last edited by trevytrev; 07-17-2012 at 08:01 PM.
    Say, any of you boys smithies? Or, if not smithies per se, were you otherwise trained in the metallurgic arts .....?
    WTB GEC Black Bullnose with Redneck Pivot! GEC Radio Knife! Scagel Folder #1or#11<--Click Here If You Have One!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrazy View Post
    wow, nice photos. love the comparison shots. you only need a couple more and you'll have a whole line up! will you be picking up any of the ones that you dont have?
    Hi jcrazy,

    I must admit that there are many more that have caught my eye. The Competition Cutter, EDC, Backwoods, Arete, Runt, Palmer, and Bushcraft Karda come to mind. I think Andy has a knife design for every nitch.

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    Great comparison family photos! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevytrev View Post
    I've had days where I get home from work and a result of a few days worth of drinking and ebaying my porch looks like Christmas morning with my mailbox playing the role of the Christmas tree I dont even know which one to open first....and the sad thing is when I'm done opening them all I start to think of what's next...
    Oh boy...do I hear you! And I don't even drink. We need help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by on_the_edge View Post
    Great comparison family photos! Thanks!
    Thank you Chris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maw View Post
    Hi niper,

    My favorite one at the moment...the Bushcrafter. It was my first and kind of stole my heart. Which one are you expecting in the post?

    Mark
    Hi Mark
    The bushcrafter does look nice, in-fact they all look sooo nice

    I had a hunter turn up yesterday , I added some photos here http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...nter-on-Route-)

    Phil

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    Mark,

    Thank you for such a useful post. That is a great collection and it's very cool to see the various models side-by-side with the measurements.

    You need to add a Recluse to that line up!

    Eric G.

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    Recluses galore coming out.
    Who cares what I just said. Please go learn about SuperBen, he needs the knifemaking community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddleback View Post
    Recluses galore coming out.
    Oh crap .... Just what my wallet didn't need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorD View Post
    Oh crap .... Just what my wallet didn't need.
    My thoughts as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmittie View Post
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    I hate you.

    Starting to think maybe I do too lol.
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    Man Mark i did'nt realize you had the FB disease so bad! If theres anything i can do to help out just let me know. Maybe i can do some kind of intervention for you, but i'll only charge you one FB Hunter for my program. Jk! Thats one awesome collection you have and Thanks for sharing and lining them up it really puts all the sizes and handle shapes into perspective. I'm really liking that ladyfinger and the hunter but their all sweet, nice score.

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by eginder View Post
    Mark,

    Thank you for such a useful post. That is a great collection and it's very cool to see the various models side-by-side with the measurements.

    You need to add a Recluse to that line up!

    Eric G.
    Thank you Eric. I'm glad you found it useful. Sounds like we have a boat load of Rucluses coming down the stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistwalker View Post
    Starting to think maybe I do too lol.
    Yuo never know when Santa is watching!

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    Quote Originally Posted by d762nato View Post
    Man Mark i did'nt realize you had the FB disease so bad! If theres anything i can do to help out just let me know. Maybe i can do some kind of intervention for you, but i'll only charge you one FB Hunter for my program. Jk! Thats one awesome collection you have and Thanks for sharing and lining them up it really puts all the sizes and handle shapes into perspective. I'm really liking that ladyfinger and the hunter but their all sweet, nice score.

    Doug
    Hi Doug,

    Yep...the doctor confirmed your diagnosis! As far as the photos go you are quite welcome. I've been meaning to do it for some time and finally got it done. They are all made of O-1 tool steel except for the Ladyfinger. She is made of CPM-154. All the knives are 5/32" thick except for the Terassaur which is 1/8", one Bushfinger which is 3/16", and the Ladyfinger which is 11/64" thick.

    Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by maw View Post
    yuo never know when santa is watching!

    mark
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    My coffee bag burlap woodsman would like that hunter to come over and play! I waited too long on that one.
    It's like Deja Vu all over again...

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