Knives in the Wild

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby doglegg » Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:29 am

jmh that is almost a camo knife against that green back drop. Cool pic with all the shades of green. Looks like a leprechaun dropped his knife. ::nod:: ::nod::

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby muskratt » Tue Jul 30, 2019 6:10 am

sunknife wrote:
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sunknife wrote:Love those 119 Bucks Scott and NW-NY. ::tu:: I've been looking at Buck fixed blades for sale lately on the net, I guess I'm missing my vanguard that I traded away last spring.
Was camping all week a took a couple hikes at the end of the day, got a couple pics. GEC's


Great knives bro. I sooooooooooooooooooo miss my Vanguard. Great knife, great feel, just right. Maybe when I grow up!!

Had the 119 with me yesterday on the mission and peeled back the palmetto leaves to get to the stalk then to the heart. The boys loved it!!


Thanks Scott, yep a vanguard is just right. :)

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sunknife wrote:Love those 119 Bucks Scott and NW-NY. ::tu:: I've been looking at Buck fixed blades for sale lately on the net, I guess I'm missing my vanguard that I traded away last spring.
Was camping all week a took a couple hikes at the end of the day, got a couple pics. GEC's

I really like the fix blade myself, what brand? Where can one Acquire one? Thanks for the great photos.


Thanks muskratt. The knife is a GEC- Great Eastern Cutlery model H10.Got mine at Gunstock Jacks Knives and I see on his site he has more.If not if ya go on great eastern site they will list all their dealers. :)

Thanks for the information. I am going to check it out. Thanks again ::handshake:: muskratt

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby jmh58 » Tue Jul 30, 2019 12:07 pm

Thank you Floyd!! ::handshake::
John :D
..a great rabbit chase ends with a BANG!!

Son.. You need to get off the front porch once in a while!!

Not all who wander are lost!!!

All it takes is a little bit of sharp!!

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby muskratt » Thu Aug 01, 2019 2:04 pm

::tu::
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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby TripleF » Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:11 am

Don't see any wilderness there muskrat but I like the photo. Used to be a cigar enthusiast myself.

Here's mine from past couple days
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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby doglegg » Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:58 pm

Scott, don't know which are the most dangerous. The mushroom, the yellow jackets or the sharp blades. Cool pics, thanks. ::nod:: ::tu::

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby doglegg » Fri Aug 16, 2019 1:53 pm

Muskrat, I'm not a smoker but I could go for the coffee and the old TL 29. ::nod::

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby Steve Warden » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:33 pm

Case T.B.6339, aka Sowbelly, Chestnut bone with CV blades
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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby doglegg » Fri Aug 16, 2019 3:44 pm

Steve most of your pic's are pretty good but that one is spore...….. ::tounge::
It is a great looking knife. ::nod::

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby TripleF » Sun Aug 18, 2019 12:21 pm

eating utensils
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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby sunknife » Sun Aug 18, 2019 11:04 pm

Nice pics and knives muskratt, Scott & Steve. ::tu::
I like your carved utensils Scott, cedar I'm guessing?

I got back from a weekend of camping and hiking with the wife on the bluffs of the beautiful Rock River at Oregon IL. Took these two knives along and managed to snap a couple pics. LT Wright fixed blade & S&M single blade jack with rosewood handles. Hard to slow the wife down on the trail so I was lucky to get a couple pics in the woods not just at the campsite where I rest my legs and sip bourbon after returning from her grueling march. :lol:
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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby jmh58 » Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:42 am

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..a great rabbit chase ends with a BANG!!

Son.. You need to get off the front porch once in a while!!

Not all who wander are lost!!!

All it takes is a little bit of sharp!!

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby TripleF » Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:43 am

sunknife wrote:Nice pics and knives muskratt, Scott & Steve. ::tu::
I like your carved utensils Scott, cedar I'm guessing?


Yes sir!!

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby Steve Warden » Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:06 pm

sunknife wrote:Nice pics and knives muskratt, Scott & Steve. ::tu::
I like your carved utensils Scott, cedar I'm guessing?

I got back from a weekend of camping and hiking with the wife on the bluffs of the beautiful Rock River at Oregon IL. Took these two knives along and managed to snap a couple pics. LT Wright fixed blade & S&M single blade jack with rosewood handles. Hard to slow the wife down on the trail so I was lucky to get a couple pics in the woods not just at the campsite where I rest my legs and sip bourbon after returning from her grueling march. :lol:

I like those knives, Greg. But the feather, what bird is it from?
Finally having a place to set out a bird feeder has resulted in a start to somewhat of a feather collection.
To date: blue jay, cardinal, turkey, grackle. They don't drop them often, so it's kinda cool when I do find one.
Take care and God bless,

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Re: Knives in the Wild

Postby Quick Steel » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:19 pm

At the risk of sounding silly, John I've got to say that I always find your little Mora cute as a button.
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