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Murray might be traveling now, so I'll answer Raymond.
Gerome was there and seemed just fine. I hope to see him in Eugene next Spring.
I think we all sympathize with Nick on this bad luck.
BUT -- it's his name in BIG letters on this well-documented piece of work.
Nick knows what...
Great news. Congratulations and welcome!
Smoke and prayers sent for Bura and his family.
My wife Linda got a Bruce Bump bird & trout knife with 4" W-2 blade, stag handle for a lefty, and a left-handed sheath. As always, Bruce's work is...
Smoke and prayers from the Northwest.
Happy Birthday, Uncle Bill. You were an inspiration to all of us.
I've had the best luck sending knives of all sizes via Priority Mail. Package the knife well using a USPS triangular box. Insure the package for...
I've used bowies of various sizes for over 50 years and think they make great all-around
There is NO way any "normal"...
Our sympathy and prayers are with you.
What Bruce said, Keith. It was great to meet you.
Glad to hear you got home safely.
Thank you, Lama Jegme and Yangdu.
George Stone was a custom maker from Texas who made knives in the 1960's and 70's. I don't remember what year he died, but think it was in the...
More smoke from the Northwest.
Thank you, Yangdu and Lama Jegme.
6 teeth per inch (#6 overstitch tool) seems to be the most commonly used here in the NW, but 5 per inch is often used with heavier threads...
Smoke and prayers from the Northwest also.
I think the kamis use water at room temp; the teapot is used because the spout ensures a specific amount of water hits the blade in a certain...
Bob was a fine gentleman in every sense of the word.
I saw your pix on the Paleo site and was very impressed. I'll bet the Cantinistas would love to know how you "emboss" the leather for...