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Livin' the good life , I can almost hear the Jimmy Buffet in the background.
I haven't been on in a while (can't believe I missed that crown lifter), but I have Blade Forums in my pocket st least 2x a week.[IMG]
Wow!!, Nice color and grain on both. I gotta get a wood one.
Whiskey, Knives and Silver.
Life is good.
Congratulations to the winners and thanks for the awesome thread!!
Buck and Ruger, a couple solid American companies.[IMG]
I also went with the 2020 Forum knife in honor of the last day of a very memorable year.
Happy New Year everyone!![IMG]
Awesome knives, that photo is great!! If I was you I'd get it printed. [IMG]
It definitely is, I feel like a kid again with this, I can't believe I waited so long to get a .22 revolver. Shooting tin cans with a 22 is more...
Modern traditionals out in the woods with me today.[IMG]
I think of this one as a modern take on the 110. One of favorites.[IMG]
Great GAW John!!
(A little early in the day, but some whiskey and music while wrapping has become a personal tradition)[IMG]
I'm going to go with my red Templar fir Christmas eve and church carry, then a Stockman for opening stuff Christmas day.[IMG] [IMG]
My knife of the year has to be the 23.
It's also the one I was most hesitant to buy with the reports of nail breaking pulls and pocket...
I'm guessing it's an old knife and if that's true maybe it's good for the buyer if the seller doesn't know what he's got.
12 inches should definitely impress