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    Quote Originally Posted by Skab View Post
    How big was that tree you were working on there Skab??
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    Big, really big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skab View Post



    Big, really big.
    Dang..that was some big beaver to try and take that thing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by doggiecareman View Post
    Here is #15 with a sheath made from Kepis. I will post pics with the ones from Iz later.



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    Compared to model 25 Mississipi


    Them are 2 great blades, I can't decide between the Dogwood and the Mississippi. Which one of your children do you like the best?

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    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.
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    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.

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    New to me.

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    Got two of Iz's sheaths with it, horizontal and vertical

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    Nice, that's the Doggie Daddy.

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