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Yes, many moons again
I don't visit frequently anymore, but this thread I will keep following for "eternity". My vote went to the Franco D-guard.
This is sad news indeed. I first met Jim at the CKCA dinner at Blade 2008. After that we had some really nice email conversations. Once he even...
For me it was between Fuegen and Quesenberry. I am a longtime fan of all the work that Fuegen does but for me that Dogbone is the one that got my...
On top of all this, he is also a heck of a salsa dancer who gets all the pretty girls :)
That Rigney is a beauty, love the ivory.
I remember this well, I used this all thru my high school years back in the sixties :)
Given the fact that almost all my collectibles have to travel a long distance before they arrive at my doorstep the only fear I have is will they...
Toni, that is not correct. If you ship with PostNL and you choose for track and trace you can track the parcel via USPS.com using the same...
Otherwise I know one of the best in the business who can do amazing wildlife, and that is David Adams. I own 5 of his pieces, just check his work...
Excellent photos of some amazing knives.
Amazing knives, not really the norm but that's why I like them a lot.
Rich, some really nice additions. That second Kolenko speaks to me the most.
Beautiful dagger with a real Eastern Europe look to it.
Bump. Price adjusted to $1,800 OBO.
An excellent example of Russian knife art, I like it. Bob, congrats on this really nice acquisition.
Up for sale is my beautiful short sword build for me by David DelaGardelle in 2013. Forged by David DelaGardelle of Cedarlore Forge, Huandagnir...
For me it was between two knives. Lin's Southland Bowie and John's takedown. Although I like Lin's just a little bit better I voted for John. For...
I wish Paul a speedy recovery and I am sure he will have his full health back in no time. I am only sorry that Paul didn't mentioned it earlier,...
My thoughts exactly.