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A.J. Holst

Gran Torino for the win

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I had been eyeing the Nessmuk simply because of the grip, pinecone stabilized in green resin

In person, even better.

Didn't know what a Nessmuk was, found this article 

http://www.thetruthaboutknives.com/know-your-knives-the-nessmuk-knife/

Worth every bit of $100, but when GT offered a two for one, I was in.

The hand selected blade is a better fit for my needs, so Best Gun Buddy will be getting the 'muk to join the GT Feather Knife.

 

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Great stuff

Gt has been kind enough to supply me with 4 of his great blades.

They will be handed down to my grandsons.

Doug

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@A.J. Holst Way to rub it in. Lol I still hate that I missed that, but glad you got it. 

Have you read about Horace Kephart?

I had @Grand Torino make me an example of a Kephart knife a while back. Very useful in the field and should last me a lifetime.

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52 minutes ago, Wade195 said:

Wow

I love the design of that one.

I need one. Lol

Kephart was very specific on his design. He spelled it out in his book. I like useful knives more than big Rambo wall hangers. 

Nessmuk spells out a bit about a hatchet in his writing that I would love to have made. I think it cost him 3 bucks. I would hate to see the price now.  Unfortunately he does not lay out the exact details except it was a double bit. Here is what he said. Get a load of the maker. Lol

"It was made in Rochester, by a surgical instrument maker named Bushnell. It cost time and money to get it. I worked one rainy Saturday fashioning the pattern in wood. Spoiled a day going to Rochester, waited a day for the blade, paid $3.00 for it, and lost a day coming home."

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