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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by pertinux, Apr 18, 2017.
Nice knife! I would love to hear about what you think about it compared to other 4" knives you have.
It’s a @Cohutta Tioga and larger than any other “user” I have so I’m excited to put it through its paces.
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The good news being...
... I have the perfect knife for opening and cutting down boxes, in an unexpected setting.
This wee knife's pocket presence, perfection in application, and massive style points remind me of who I am and things that matter to me (including: hard-working men and women putting their own time and livelihoods on the line to create tools such as these-- the integrity of decision and execution), at a time when I am tempted to reel.
Whatever helps, helps.
Here's my cardboard recycling pile. It looks like it's been a good few weeks!
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Pappy and Camel Thorn, my favorite all time combo.
At my house we call that evidence and it needs to be hidden.
You're not kidding. For me, those hardly ever make it past the post office recycling bin after the visit to the PO box.
A P.O. box for knife delivery, you really have this sorted out.
Have to!! This is from the beginning of this year and I have to say that it has changed substantially since then. But its crazy to say but I'm not sure how it has changed because most of these have been relocated for safe off-site storage with an undisclosed (life saver!) forum member here, until the divorce is finalized. I miss my knives I need to re-inventory and update the snot out of my spreadsheet when they get home. On the flip side, I've been thinking that it could be time to clean house when they get home and sell some ... in the event that I find there are some that I haven't missed.
And this doesn't include folders
Beginning of 2018 (WHY does the Willy Nelson variant "All The Knives I've Loved Before" always get stuck in my head when I start looking through these pics???)
Here's Oct 2016, just for a comparison of changes
Oh! And in the 1st pic, the 3rd knife from the bottom in the far right column is my 1st Fiddleback (a green dyed curly maple Handyman) from Feb 2016 that I sold and then hunted down and bought back. It changed hands a couple times between my selling and buying it back too.
Wow that's quite the collection!!!!
Something new today...