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LRB

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The Grant book is "THE KNIFE IN HOMESPUN AMERICA". Basically a great photo book with good descriptions. However, it would seem that Grant may have been a little generous in his back dating with some. Still a great book though. Since you brought it up, I have to confess that I could not find the example I mentioned in the book. I was certain it was in it, but I must have seen the knife with the depression in the grip else where.
 

salkehatchie

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Wick:

Been busy with work, just checked in to get some fresh air today and...

I like your blades, but that one...very, very nice.

Perfect actually!

:bow:
 

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I was recently at the MFT in Chadron, NE. I was a little off on the "chopping" knife being a new creation. The Hudson's Bay Chief's Knife- that has a big thick blade.
 
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Grumpa,
I hope Wick will approve of me going.... :eek:ff

My sincerest congratulations and hope you will have many more anniversaries to celebrate!!

Gus
 

LRB

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No problem at all Gus. My wife and I had our 50th last year. I was 19, she was 16. My parents were aghast, and said it wouldn't last two years.

Congrats Grumpa, and best wishes for many more.
 

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(quote)Such a sweet lady!
Poor thing!!!!(quote)

Sweet? Not so much last week with the AC being out. There's another description that might have fit better then.
 

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LOL. I hadn't checked this particular board lately so I missed this posting. Wonderful knife and sheath Wick. :hatsoff:
 
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