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    Default Anyone have a Jeff White Knife?

    I have recently (today) thought about purchasing a Jeff White knife. Can anyone out that has one tell me if they are worth the time to buy?

    I was looking at the French Trade Knife (roach belly) and the Nessmuk styles.

    Oh, great minds of Bushcraft please help a fellow woodsman.

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    Thank you!
    So now that you have had it a while do you still hold to the quality and usefulness of it?

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    I've got about 6 of them, good knives!!! I have both the trade knife style and the nessmuk. KerriTM's review says it all.

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    Default Jeff White knives - a good deal for the money.

    Yes, I have two of these. For the money, they are pretty good. One stays on my pack basket harness, and one stays in my pickup truck.

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    Its not one of my main users but I still think for the price you can't beat em especially if traditional is what your looking for
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    I have both of those. Just used the Nessmuk tonight o. A beef brisket.
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    I have a few and an axe from him. Jeff dose a lot of business with our very own Beo-wulf AKA Robert Jones.
    Check out his vendor Sub-forum. http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=94 Or his site http://handsewnleather.com/

    Jeff makes what I call user knives. The knives are very good quality but he dose not spend the time on all the final finish work that would make them a much more expensive knife. Like a diamond in the rough so to speak.



    All leather is done by Robert and knives by Jeff. The green micarta handled knife is a collaboration of both making the knife and has both there marks on it.

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    I have the Rancher with both a cross draw and vertical sheath with dangler. Great gear especially for the money. I have seen a custom one of his done as well at a recent New England meet and it's nice! I say go for it.
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    I have one like the green Micarta Kephart and it is a fine knife. I also have a Nessmuk that stays in the kitchen and is used constantly. Both are well worth the money.

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