Stag Saturday - Let's See Some Traditional Stag!

redsparrow

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After owning this stag 14 for about three years it's becoming a little uncomfortable to be without it.
With difficulty, I select another knife and in just a few days, I find myself going back to carrying my 14 again.
Anyone else feel like that about a certain knife?
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Fortunately it's only 3 inches and therefore quite easy to fit into my EDC.
 

joeradza

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waynorth

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After owning this stag 14 for about three years it's becoming a little uncomfortable to be without it.
With difficulty, I select another knife and in just a few days, I find myself going back to carrying my 14 again.
Anyone else feel like that about a certain knife?
Se3oBwY.jpg


Fortunately it's only 3 inches and therefore quite easy to fit into my EDC.
This knife keeps appearing in my pocket!! I always wished I could have done this pattern as an SFO!!
Northwoods called it the "Willamette Whittler", after the local River when they were in Oregon!!! I often remember Derrick (R.I.P.) when I have it in hand!! Northwoods Wharn 1.jpg
 

redsparrow

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This knife keeps appearing in my pocket!! I always wished I could have done this pattern as an SFO!!
Northwoods called it the "Willamette Whittler", after the local River when they were in Oregon!!! I often remember Derrick (R.I.P.) when I have it in hand!! View attachment 1585703
That a real beauty Charlie, I can see why it keeps appearing in your pocket and I feel much better knowing I'm not alone in this situation. :)
I remember the "Willamette Whittler" quite well. I really like Derrick's designs but that one came out at a time I wasn't flush with hobby money and begrudgingly had to pass. IIRC, Derrick even had a naming contest for it, which I entered with full gusto. I gave that beauty every name I could think of but to no avail. Good to see yours though, thanks for sharing it! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
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Old Engineer

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After owning this stag 14 for about three years it's becoming a little uncomfortable to be without it.
With difficulty, I select another knife and in just a few days, I find myself going back to carrying my 14 again.
Anyone else feel like that about a certain knife?
Se3oBwY.jpg


Fortunately it's only 3 inches and therefore quite easy to fit into my EDC.
Actually I have 2 of them my friend .



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Actually…. I don’t see one knife posted today that I wouldn’t proudly own here today!
Well done ALL :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Nice looking stag Gary, great pictures as well! 😎👍
Thanks, Todd. :) Your sunrise (or sunset) pics of your little stag GEC 06 are outstanding!
I gotta agree with Gus that there's loads of quality here today. One more example: Augie Augie 's stag 82 has me whistling Dixie!

- GT
 

bigfish64

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Thanks, Todd. :) Your sunrise (or sunset) pics of your little stag GEC 06 are outstanding!
I gotta agree with Gus that there's loads of quality here today. One more example: Augie Augie 's stag 82 has me whistling Dixie!

- GT
Thanks Gary, those were taken at sunrise last winter when we could see the lake from our deck. 😉👍
 

Boattale

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An unusual Hunter's Pal. I've never seen this tang profile. And the SN does not exist so far as I can find. It came from a Bass Pro employee inventory reduction sale in the early 2000's. My best guess is it's a sample from Puma wanting to get a spot on the Bass Pro shelves. The sheath is the standard Puma Hunter's Pal version. Kind of a cool little knife.

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Meh ... so I'm about 1/4 day early ...

Two I've never pared together before. (I didn't have access to the Buck)
GEC Northfield UN-X-LD 852211 Harness Jack, Number 24 of 35, in burnt Stag.

2018 BF Buck 301 Stockman. My first (and likely last) Forum knife. At the time, it was the most expensive knife I ever bought, during my then 63 years on this rock.
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