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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Eli Chaps, Jul 6, 2020.
G for Go No Show by LT Wright
G is also for GEC
Golden, Co. with G10, stretched out atop a can of Green Giant Green Beans, resting atop Grape Vines, awash in a sea of Green Flora.
@ChazzyP baited me on this one, I stretched it a bit.
Are you sure he didn't plant the seed?
GR Mich WWII pilot survival knife that went to Germany*
Stockman that came from from Solingen, Germany
*may have been used in the Pacific theater
Faint hand scratched markings on bolster “colt”
G is for Gitano.
It's all Good, brother, and not too much of a stretch for a knife thread for either of us as I featured many cuts from my four CDs and you featured cut green beans.
I like that, but it would be more appropriate to say I Got him Going.
A Gargantuan amount of Gs today with the @ChazzyP Grand slam.
G is also for Grayman Dua and Guns N' Roses
H is for Heluva Knife. It's a fish filet butterfly. The Swiss Champ (91mm) is for size comparison.
Hartshead Barlow, from Sheffield, England.
Have an extra? I dont h
Think they are made anymore.
Love that GNR, went to their last tour with Slash in 2017 or so..graduated HS in 85 and college in 89 so that is my wheel house
ZT 550 Hinderer
HEFT & HEST by Dpx gear!
“H” is for Hinderer XM-18 3”!
H is for my bright orange Shirogorov Hati.
Uncle Henry with an Hawaiian coffee cup