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Old 04-01-2011, 05:02 PM   #11
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How about the SOG?

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Old 04-01-2011, 05:56 PM   #12
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To bad I already spend my months worth of spending money. I need a new keyboard for work (Yeah ain't liking the one I got now) and I needed black ops.
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i spent some money to Jay, but i really think it was worth it. i really like the 6150 steel
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Beautiful. A true weapon.
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I have two hawks that I use regularly, both from Cold Steel, their Vietnam style hawk and their Rifleman's hawk,, both are good quality for the price and a good compromise for the average fellow, I have seen the 2Hawks models and they are outstanding pieces although pricey. I also have a little mouse hawk that is the beater that I fling about at stumps and such,, I like to carry a hawk, hatchet,, or whatever label you put on your chopping tool whenever I venture out in the wilds, that includes heading into a big city.
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[QUOTE=Gojubrian;477236]How about the SOG?

Not a nice true Hawk like some of the above but is a good accessory in my Jeep Wrangler.

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That on will do the trick as well. I've always felt guilty. I'm half nole and always wanted to learn how to properly use a tomahawk. Thought I would have a chance in the Army with a full native who practiced everyday. But he went south and I went east. Never saw him again.
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