A few roosters

Frank Buster started the Fight'n Rooster line of knives shortly after he first visited the Olbertz factory back in 1975. The old tooling and handle variations that the German factory offered allowed Frank to contract an astounding variation of extremely high quality German manufactured knives.
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Forcedoutage
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A few roosters

Post by Forcedoutage » Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:43 pm

5 pre 82 and the rest celebrated.
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prairiedog
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Re: A few roosters

Post by prairiedog » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:17 am

Very nice! ::tu::
Perry

When the knife your grandfather/father carried or put up is handed down to you...treasure it...open it up from time to time...and by all means, keep it!

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Capt. Farrel
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Re: A few roosters

Post by Capt. Farrel » Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:32 pm

::tu:: Awesome knives Forcedoutage! I am a sucker for those FnR´s..... ::woot::
Frank

OMG, it´s knives again!

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