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General Discussion / Re: making someone smile
« Last post by hunter63 on Today at 10:19:50 AM »
Very cool....Good to hear about the good in people.....not just the bad.

Thanks for posting...we are smiling with you.
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General Discussion / Re: making someone smile
« Last post by wolfy on Today at 08:48:21 AM »
You deserve a gold star for meritorious conduct, hayshaker! O:-)   
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General Discussion / Re: Shutterbug showcase
« Last post by Sarge on Yesterday at 08:39:41 PM »
A few shots from a recent trip to Lake Guntersville, AL. The sunrises and sunsets were way better than the fishing.







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General Discussion / Re: making someone smile
« Last post by Sarge on Yesterday at 08:29:37 PM »
Very cool, Hayshaker!
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Making Knives and Sheaths / Re: Colclesser Project WIP
« Last post by Sarge on Yesterday at 08:12:22 PM »
Thanks, guys! As always, I appreciate the feedback.

No, Dano, I don't think that's way off base. I added the lanyard tube to the second one from the saw blade to make it a little different from the first sawblade knife. I have two more blanks from the same sawblade so a mosaic pin on one is a good idea to make it different. Hope it is ok if I steal your idea?

I put the cutting edge on #3 tonight. It's a hair popper!

 
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Making Knives and Sheaths / Re: Colclesser Project WIP
« Last post by Dano on Yesterday at 06:47:48 PM »
The progress and changes have been a lot of fun to watch and see Sarge, you're doing great with these!!

So, something I've been struggling with.....and still almost want to bite my tongue, but I'll put it out there anyway.....part of me says these things are just screaming for a mosaic pin in the center.   I know that strays WAY off base from the original, but..............

Maybe I'm wrong, eh?  And perhaps not on ALL of them, but maybe a stray every once in a while doesn't hurt too much.
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Making Knives and Sheaths / Re: Colclesser Project WIP
« Last post by 1066vik on Yesterday at 06:14:27 PM »
looking good!
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General Discussion / Re: making someone smile
« Last post by Mannlicher on Yesterday at 06:00:23 AM »
generous, but then that's how you view the world, and what you do.    :)
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Crashblade Knives / Re: Oak Handled
« Last post by hayshaker on October 17, 2017, 09:02:37 PM »
the bamboo pins go really well with the wood. nicely done.
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General Discussion / making someone smile
« Last post by hayshaker on October 17, 2017, 08:51:20 PM »
today I just made someone smile. a iraqi war vet, his name is jarrod
he was a MP in the MN NG redbull DIV. mutiple deployments
like everone else, anyhoo I just finished a knife with matching ferro rod
in boxelder, as a thankyou for his service, better than a beer i thought.
and also another neighbors daughter his neice that hunts deer also.
her dad is going to give her the knife opening day this comming season, i wish i could see the smile on her face
when she gets it. i done that one in curly ash. it's really nice when we can make someone happy
do something for them when they never expected it, it made me happy.
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