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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Dcaggie06, Mar 2, 2014.
Here are some slightly less crappy pics of my fiddleback clutter.
That gaucho and kephart are awesome!!!:thumbup:
Dude. That is beautiful handful of coffeebag. Very cool.
Thanks, but that little big knife is my GP goto home improvement boxcutter sheetrock etc etc etc knife. It will be among the last knife I sell. It may be my most used and abused knife but you could not tell by looking at it. And I just bought it to carve spoons at camp.
Thanks! Andy made me an amazing knife. I carry it to show off our material (green burlap liners!). It begs to be used, so it gets quite a bit of use.
With Andy-made pants!
Men in Black
The Maroon Boys
I want that Runt. Bad.
MVM you are killin it with the new acquisitions
That little guy clips perfectly into jeans watch pockets with the RLO sheath, making it possible for me to carry three Fiddlebacks at the same time. My wife would ask why I would need to carry three Fiddlebacks at the same time, and my answer would be "because I can."
I see why you won't be here today, heck at this point you have some thinking to do to even figure out which model you'd even want next lol. Very nice group of Fiddlebacks you have going there!
Thanks Mist, you will notice that I have some duplication in maroon, but it is not quite as it appears. The top Bushfinger is SFT in 1/8" CPM 154 whereas the lower one is SFT in 1/8" 01. Not much of a difference, but the stainless option appealed to me in this knife. The Kepharts are a duplication, but for my intended purposes, there is no problem with having duplicates of this fine outdoor knife. Large enough to do bushcrafting and light batoning, but small enough to do fine cutting and sectioning for necropsy in surveillance activities. Time will tell if it can do all of these things well, but my first impressions are that it will.
Oh, I love the Kephart, my favorite bushcrafting knife to date. There is a review of it I did around here somewhere. So far it and the Woodsman are my two favorites...but I still have a few to try yet
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What is that knife next to the right of the ASP? Looks like a BC but I couldn't quite tell. More importantly, what type of wood is that handle? It's amazing!
I'm glad you started this thread, now I can go through and look at the Fiddlebacks I had before I moved to Siberia during a propane shortage
Come move to Texas, the promised land. We accept all ppl and all FBs!
I lived in Dallas for a few years, I miss it at times.
I didn't think I liked the maroon look. These photos are changing that.