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    The swap.

    Just read this while having my morning coffee. Man these are truly the best stories anywhere! I really like all the personal ties in this one. Thanks Jackknife for another great story. -Paul
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    Tops - High Desert Harpoon ???

    They just had an article on that knife in Tactical Knives magazine. If that helps.
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    Rough Rider 1160 Peanut Sized "Armor Hide" Lockback Barlow

    I ended up receiving a RR large Hawkbill in that Armor Hide finish. Really a nice knife. I find myself using it especially in the garden and for opening tough bags. According to the side of the knife box the Armor Hide is suppose to mimic the leather armor worn by ancient samurai. Cool. -Paul
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    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    Carrying my SAK and a Buck 110 clone. Just wanted to add my best wishes and good luck to you Andi and your wife. Hope all goes well. -Paul
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    V is for victory (Giveaway)

    Congratulations Fes, a loving son is a true treasure, and ends up being your best friend. Good luck for your future together. And thank you for the giveaway. -Paul
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    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    These Two For Whittling [/URL] [/IMG] [/URL][/IMG]
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    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    These Two For Whittling [/URL] [/IMG] [/URL][/IMG]
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    Pussification of America - My Rant

    Boy this thread hits home with me to! I've been accused of being "Rambo'd up" and compared to the folks on SWAMP PEOPLE and MOUNTAINMEN! I'll agree I love to hunt and fish, I love my knives and guns to! This whole pussifying of America is so ridiculous it makes me sick! I retired two years ago...
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    Opinel Vengeance.

    Just got to this one. Another great story. Seems that the Opinel was the original tactical knife after all. Love mine. Thanks Carl. -Paul
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    "Why do you carry that old pocketknife"

    Good story. Got me thinking about my father and grandfathers. Thanks. -Paul
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    Another Custom Buck 110

    Those are great looking 110's. I really admire customs and professional mods. I'm always hesitant to get one, as I like to really use my knives and would hate to wreck something so nice.
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    Whatcha got on order? (Traditional Knives Only)

    Going to a knife show in Mystic, Conn. on Saturday. All of these give me ideas on what to look for. Thanks(I think?)
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    A HEARTFELT THANKYOU TO MY 2nd FAMILY - HERE IN TRADITIONALS *WINNERS ANNOUNCED*

    Thank you Duncan for the outstanding giveaway! I will really appreciate it. More importantly is the great feeling we all have that you have survived this ordeal, and are getting healthier. Stay strong and enjoy life. This disease haunts us all in some way. Again shows why this is the best...
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    Alvin Branson's fish tail knife. part 1.

    Just got to reading this after I noticed it was posted a few days ago. I'm not on here as often/or for as long as I would like to catch up on things. This was another masterpiece of time travel. Thanks Carl. -Paul
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    suede lined Buck 110 sheath

    I'm in as I have an old 110 sitting in the drawer with no sheath. Perfect! Thank you for the giveaway. Also a big congratulations on 29 days, keep going strong now. -Paul
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    hunting report from new zealand

    Nice write-up on your trip. As a hunter/fisherman myself I love seeing these reports from others all over the world. Thanks. -Paul
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    A HEARTFELT THANKYOU TO MY 2nd FAMILY - HERE IN TRADITIONALS *WINNERS ANNOUNCED*

    Glad to hear you are well Duncan and received such terrific news. This would be an entry to your generous giveaway if you like(even though I don't really know how to post photos yet). I lost one sister to cancer years ago, and hunt & fish with two friends now who are both cancer survivors. One...
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    Couple of friction folders.

    Thanks Carl for another interesting post, both about the knives and Mr.Moran. I really liked the mention of traditional archery, as I am a fan of that myself. I don't own a friction folder yet. This may have given me the push. -Paul
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    Couple of friction folders.

    Thanks Carl for another interesting post, both about the knives and Mr.Moran. I really liked the mention of traditional archery, as I am a fan of that myself. I don't own a friction folder yet. This may have given me the push. -Paul
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    Good things happen when your wife teams up with an awesome maker!

    Really nice gift! Congratulations to you both. It's great when a married couple have some of the same interests.
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