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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Onebigbill, Nov 5, 2019.
Get better soon, Bill.
Sorry to hear this, Bill. Here's hoping your prognosis remains good, and your recovery is quick.
I'm so sorry to hear that.Please get well and kick melenoma's ass!
Been there, done that - was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma back in '95. Immunotherapy wasn't fun, but it's supposedly not as bad as chemotherapy. Best of luck to you, may your scans continue to be clear.
Lovely Ryu tail lock! Doesn't get much better than that!
Thank you. Reminds me I need to reach out to Ryu about something for the new year.
We're with you, Bill, keep strokin'!
Thanks to all who are wishing me well. I appreciate it very much.
I have a slightly different way than some, I don't believe in luck, the way I was taught you claim victory over it. So in that way I'll say, congratulations on beating the snot outta melanoma looking forward to your post reporting free and clear
I like your style and I like my chances - good prognosis so far. Thx for the encouraging words.
A shout out again for photos of your gunstock knives!
Beautiful knives folks. I don't believe I even own one...
Winchester 2869 Gunstock c.1920s
I don't own a knife with better action. Fit & finish is superb, too. The cutlers of the day were truly masters of their craft.
Great looking slim profile knife.
such a beauty, i've got 3 Alsdorf knives now, love 'em. hope to snag one like yours some day. i see in the archive that he was at a 2018 show, hoping he's still making knives.
Thank you for the compliment. I'm not sure what Mike is up to these days. He was on the list to attend a recent show in January but he wasn't there. A couple members of the club that sponsors the show told me that he hasn't attended a club meeting since early 2019. I too hope he is doing well and still making knives.
Just back from Glennbad