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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Garth Reckner, Oct 14, 2020.
Well played Sir, well played!!!
Glad you found it Brother.
Garth congrats on your reunion. Thanks for sharing. I can't believe you found it either. Blends in pretty good. The condition is amazing for being submerged for so long. I guess is was fate that you found it again.
Loosing a beloved blade is like loosing a friend. Finding it again must have been a huge joy! Congrats
Glad you two are reunited. I’m still on the lookout for all the throwing knives and ninja stars I lost in mom’s hedge 30-some years ago.
I lost a knife once, Garth. A cheap but unique sami knife that arctic rangers would get issued at the garrison I was in. Had it all through my service, had the edge redone completely twice because the bad carbon steel would be completely ruined after a week scrubbing moss from stones and harvesting wood.
Dropped it on a trip with my brother and still think about it to this day, close to 15 years later.
I'm glad you found yours! If you ever lose it again contact me and I'll send you my Rat Trap. It's unused, just sitting here.
I can relate. Glad you found it
It's a sign! Everything is going to be OK. Also, if anyone in Lakewood/SW Denver finds a Spyderco Jot Singh Khalsa without a pocket clip on the ground, I dropped it 6 or 7 years ago.
I care......I care immensely.
I have lost a few over the years.
Usually they pop up.
Worst one was a "lost" J. Oeser custom slipjoint.
Took a week to find.
Currently I'm looking for a blue handled Spyderco Delica I put some where "Safe" before leaving to the beach on vacation.
I did not want to grit up the action with beach sand, so I too other knives...
Been looking for that safe location for about 3 years now....one thing is sure....it is NOT in the actual safes. I checked both.
Thanks Guys. Just having it back in my pocket makes everything feel like it’s going to be ok.