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That Moki is beautiful!
Stick with this sub-forum and you can't help but learn.
Absolutely, take the plunge. I am relatively new to both traditionals and custom traditionals, but taking the plunge into customs has been...
What are the lengths of those two knives?
Well, the garden knife now resides in my garden tool basket after carrying it in my pocket a couple times only to find that it had opened slightly...
AGR Rancher as it is a gardening day.
I am not sure that the OP's basic premise is correct which is:
. I had no idea what custom non-traditional knives sell so I visited a couple of...
That knife really is stunning.
Cocobolo is a rosewood.
Uh,oh. I did not want to read this. I wonder how GEC treats their snakewood? Maybe I should start carrying my snakewood #48, which is my only...
Alsdorf Teardrop Jack. Mike's picture of a knife that is similar to mine.
This one, a slimline trapper, is on order; again, Mike's pic....
Jacketech - what knife is that? It is very interesting that that it has a straight blade rather than a recurve, hawkbill, etc.
Just out of...
That is a beautiful knife, I love the scales.
Why the lack of love for Wharncliffe blades? I happen to like them.
Vive la différence!
No worries, I appreciated your comments. - David