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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Screwdriver's Avatar
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    FRN Native......Has to be an American made Spyderco.

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    Sage 1.
    Next Spyderco: Worker Sprint, Lightweight Manix 2 S110V

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    PM2 for me today
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
    There's a very special Stretch in my pocket today. Was planning to use the SETO damascus Santoku I got from SFO later today to carve up the turkey breast, but since it's still half frozen, I think it may be Saturday before they get acquainted.



    I get frustrated every time I see a picture of your Stretch Paul. I've been thinking about my next knife in the past few days. I had decided but now I'm reconsidering. I'm going to look at the Stretch and see what I'd need to do to make one like yours. Nowhere near the F&F I'm sure but WHAT A PROJECT!!! That would be far outside my skill level but after two or three tries maybe I could get it looking pretty good. Everything is outside my skill level on the first try. The Stretch is already a great knife but the bolster/wood handle is in a different class. I don't know where to get material to make a set of bolsters out of. I think I'll check into iit.

    Anyway, that's a beautiful knife.



    Jack
    My Manbug. (ZDP-189 shaped like Jester blade with red bone scales (11-12-2013)). This was previously the VG-10/G-10 w/bolsters Manbug. Knife nickname: FrankenManJester or FrankenJesterBug.

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    I just prepared my whole Thanskgiving dinner with with the Military Cruewear.Tons of chopping and slicing.I went at it for about three hours.The organic purple sweat potatoes were pretty fibrous.I think this steel would shine in a kitchen knife.

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    orange dragon fly for me

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    Awesome Tenacious!

    CF S90v Millie for me today.

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    Spending Thanksgiving in a camp in the mountains of Tennessee. Carrying my Street Beat and Equilibrium.

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    Today carrying my manix 2 xl and brown frn/xhp native, only used the native for cutting up my dinner, the manix is just coming along cause I always carry a big knife.

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    I used a K05 red handle with a neck sheath by Scott for prep before the cooking began. I had my usual EDC system with me as well.
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    Today I carried my C114 Phoenix. Sweet mercy, I forgot how much I love this knife.
    Michael

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    Military Cruwear!


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    Hold Fast

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    Spyderco Native, special run and marked for 2/75 Ranger Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington
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    More S90v & CF please.......

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    Lionspy and an Olamic Suna. Both fantastic.
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    I didn't take any pics, but I carved up loads of turkey with my Cruwear Millie.

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