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Lin Rhea
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I was able to get a hunter done this past weekend.
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Fallguy
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Very Nice Lin

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"In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught" Baba Dioum Conservationist

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GRAYBEARD
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I keep telling myself I have enough knives and then you put that in front of me!! That knife just oozes tradition and class.

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KSCATTRAPR
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Beautiful. The blade and the handle Compliment each other very well. I'm a fan of small spacers to separate the handle and guard and those standout very well, just curious, what material are those spacers made from?
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Lin Rhea
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Thanks guys.

Caley, They are just the standard fiber sheets that are often used. I cut them with scissors, but they are very stiff.

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"We dont rent pigs." Augustus McCrae
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TGMM Family of the Bow
Dwyer Dauntless longbow 50 @ 28
Ben Pearson recurve 50 @ 28
Tall Tines Recurve 47@28
McCullough Griffin longbow 43@28

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KSCATTRAPR
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Thanks Lin, that stuff really stands out and looks great!
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I've got to get a hold of some of the amber stag. That stuff just looks fantastic on a hunting blade.

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kbaknife
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That's pretty sweet.

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When the last deer disappears into the morning mist,
When the last elk vanishes from the hills,
When the last buffalo falls on the plains,
I will hunt mice for I am a hunter and I must have my freedom.
Chief Joseph

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Keith Zimmerman
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Beautiful knife AND Powder Measure. My biggest passion reenacting the 1700s.
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Lin Rhea
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Yes Keith, that's my favorite period in this country's history. 1740-1840 Especially the tools and weapons.

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"We dont rent pigs." Augustus McCrae
ABS Master Bladesmith
TGMM Family of the Bow
Dwyer Dauntless longbow 50 @ 28
Ben Pearson recurve 50 @ 28
Tall Tines Recurve 47@28
McCullough Griffin longbow 43@28

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