In hand shot of a BRKT Little Creek?

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if you go to the fox river magnum passaround thread and watch bretts video, i recall him holding the little creek for a bit. it looks like an awsome knife.
 
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It's a little bit smaller than the Mini-Northstar. Actually, it is almost 2 inches smaller... I like the Mini-Northstar better though, I prefer stainless over carbon for small blades. And BRKT's HT on their stainless steel is superb.

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Thanks, everyone, for your input.

Wow, I never expected it would be that small. Jeff, you're not a giant, right?

Doc
 
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As much as I like my Mini Canadian, I think I might prefer a Little Creek as a pocket fixed blade. It seems to have a bit more usable cutting edge, while at the same time being even more compact.
 
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Thanks, everyone, for your input.

Wow, I never expected it would be that small. Jeff, you're not a giant, right?

Doc

Doc,

I wear an XL glove, but this knife is still a good fit for me. My two favorite BRKT's are the LC and Mini NS.

Jeff
 
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Thanks, everyone, for your input.

Wow, I never expected it would be that small. Jeff, you're not a giant, right?

Doc

Don't let it fool you, Doc. For all its dimunitive, cutsie appeal, it really is one solid and useful little chunk of knife.
 
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Thanks Andy. I don't know why, but that's how I thought the Little Creek would look.

Seeing the Woodland Special in your hand makes me think I want one, but then again, I want to see how the Gunny measures up, and then, of course, there's the........................... :(

BTW, Andy, how do you like the Woodland?

Doc
 
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I am considering the same two knives the little creek's size does make one have a little concern if not being able to handle before purchase.The woodland looks to be more of a user friendly knife.Do any of you guy's have a sharpshooter pocket sheath,and tried the woodland for fit?Also what do think about the I M P?
 
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I've looking at the IMP for a knife a little bigger than a Little Creek but not as big as a Woodland Special. It looks like it is about the same handle size but a shorter blade as the Woodland Special. My concern is that it is .170 thick, same as a Fox River and Aurora. Seems like it will be heavy like a Busse Game Warden, rather than a petit knife.
 
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Woodland Special was my first Bark River - does the job of a big knife in a relatively small package. Excellent knife.
 
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