Number 14 again
Number 14 again
"Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing." - Robert E. Howard
My vendor thread: http://bushcraftusa.com/forum/forumd...ky-1-2-Sutlery
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Big, really big.
It Don't matter where I'm at cause right now I sure ain't here.
The answer you seek can only be observed in the Cookie jar bottom Young one, Ask the cookies, your answer here shall be... So Sayeth the "Book of Black"!
Fragrant little chips of history spewed from the saw cut, and accumulated on the snow before each kneeling sawyer. We sensed that these two piles of sawdust were something more than wood: that they were the interfered transect of a century; that our saw was biting its way, stroke by stroke, decade by decade, into chronology of a lifetime, written in concentric annual rings of good oak.
They are both great blades, the reality for me is the 2 are very different designs and make it hard to choose one vs the other. The Dogwood is a more practical everyday 'bushcraft' knife in the sense that it is sized and shaped for carving, feathering and plenty of belly for skinning where the Mississippi is a 'single' knife choice that also good for carving for its size falls and in-between the 'camp' knife, 'survival' and large 'bushcraft' knife category. The Mississippi is great for its size but actually needing that size of knife is a subjective decision made by the individual. That's whats great about having variety and choices but in many ways comparing these 2 knives is almost an apples to oranges comparison.
well said, DCM!
I still can't believe how good that MS looks after all we put it thru in the pass around!
You can't tell a thing!! Truly a testament to the Turley legend.
New to me.
Got two of Iz's sheaths with it, horizontal and vertical
Last edited by billybass; 08-11-2012 at 11:19 AM.
Nice, that's the Doggie Daddy.