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Old 07-27-2011, 04:35 AM   #151
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That bad boy is so sharp i just barely ran it on my arm and instant bald spot.

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That bad boy is so sharp i just barely ran it on my arm and instant bald spot.
Wow!!! How much did you pay for it? If you dont mind me asking?
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I got it as a perk of being a supporting member. Go read the "why become a supporting member " thread that Tango wrote for more info. It pays to be a supporting member on this forum. $15 for a year and you stand the chance of getting crazy cool stuff and save a ton of money with our vendors.

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I got it as a perk of being a supporting member. Go read the "why become a supporting member " thread that Tango wrote for more info. It pays to be a supporting member on this forum. $15 for a year and you stand the chance of getting crazy cool stuff and save a ton of money with our vendors.

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Cool. Il have to check that out!
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Like I said, its the best $15 you will ever spend. Helps keep this place up and running and the supporting members here are top notch.

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so i found this a little bit earlier today as i was doing some cleaning of my muzzloadin bag.. this is a knife i made from the first buck i shot when i was sixteen. i made another knife before this one but it was not from a deer i had gotten. if i dig through my hunting gear soon i'll pull that one out to show you all too
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No probs CA. My first holster I set a compass at 1/8" and made One mark at a time along the line.

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Use a "stitching wheel" looks like a little spur with a handle. They come in different tooth patterns, so many per inch. You just run it along the line you want to stitch and it makes a little puncture mark everywhere you need to make a stitch hole.
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this is the other knife i had mentioned. unlike the other this blade was bought not blacksmithed and it was just any old antler we had. but it was the first one i made

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That's a good looking knife.

Old knives have a wonderful look and feel about them.

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