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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeneyguy View Post
    Back on the topic of J. Not sure if anyone knew but he does good old fashioned belts!

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    I did not... that looks awesome! I have wanted a good leather belt for a long time too, keep wearing out the ones I have.

    J - sent ya' a PM on an order
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    Jake, do you make those belts with an elastic insert for my continually expanding and contracting waist line? Seriously though, please put me down for one also, they look NICE!

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    that's cool - - now I know where I will be getting my next belt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jloden View Post
    Jake, you should make Homeslice a pocket sheath for his Farmer, so he doesn't get any dings in that fancy black finish
    No need, my knives are all safe queens.
    Prior preparation prevents piss-poor performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homeslice View Post
    No need, my knives are all safe queens.
    What a coincidence - mine too!

    We should get together some time and compare notes on the best grind for a bushcraft knife, or which is better, a big knife or an axe.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Homeslice View Post
    No need, my knives are all safe queens.
    OH COME ON!!! Really......
    1. Ghost handle 2. Stab in Eyehole 3. Move to Epididiamis 4. Down Cut! ( They never expect that!)
    Seek the Eagles, not the Parrots....
    The answer you seek can only be observed in the Cookie jar bottom Young one, Ask the cookies, your answer here shall be.

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    obviously....the above few posts re-inforce what Sweeney was saying...I REALLY got to get to the meet! lol!

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    you are best!

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