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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Panthera tigris, Nov 14, 2016.
Just bought my first Fiddleback today. Can't wait for it to arrive.
thats a beaut! & welcome aboard
we love pics around here so post em up when it arrives
Good choice, very nice.
Seems pointy enough for me...
Having trouble posting a picture. Just ordered a Terrasaur. Looking forward to trying out this model
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I knew I shouldn’t have waited in this one. Very nice choice! Congrats!
It looked good on the website, but....truly a stellar blade to behold; both aesthetically eye catching and a functional design.
Thanks Fiddleback Forge -
Thanks for the support
Custom Shop group buy arrived yesterday. Love my new camping duo and I had forgotten they come with sheaths......Thanks @VANCE for keeping these group buys going!
Got my custom shop Duke in the mail yesterday as well. I had been a little hesitant about getting one of the Duke model knives because of it's size. I have always preferred the bushfinger or kephart size knives for camping and out in the woods knives. I can't believe how well balanced and comfortable it is in the hand. The handle on this Duke is easily one of the most natural feeling and comfortable out of all the knives I own. Really happy I finally decided to get one.
That Duke is a beauty! I'm jealous!
I really really likes the scales on that one @Kalsu
Thanks! I can't believe how nimble and light in the hand it feels. Especially for its size. There is no way you would know that it is 5/32" steel if you were to just pick it up. The balance is spot on.
They are pretty awesome. They will only get better the more it gets used
Anyone recognize this? Blackwood, O1 5/32 TT.
Dang, couldn't resist
That one looks a little “Misty” to me. It’s good to have a knife with some character and history.
Things got a little out of hand this week!
Did I mention how excited I am?
This guy just landed. Old School Karda in brown cross cut micarta. Has become my fav Fiddleback‼️
Amazing how different the side by side comparison is with the 1/8” curly maple OSK.
The 3/32” with commando scales makes for a very light and nimble in hand Fiddleback.
Wow, that is awesome!!