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    Bryan does some nice work. I have a hatchet he did for me for a survival kit up here while flying.
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    Sadly I did not get to use Tessa this weekend. I was at a boyscout klondike campout and fixed blades are frowned upon I don't understand it. A little PSK would have been great.
    Any way here are some new pic's


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lg&m View Post
    Sadly I did not get to use Tessa this weekend. I was at a boyscout klondike campout and fixed blades are frowned upon I don't understand it. A little PSK would have been great.
    Any way here are some new pic's

    That's a great knife.

    I don't approve of the Scouts anymore. My grandpa was an employee of the BSA in the '60's and 70's. He loved scouting. That old man would be spinning in his grave at what a nutless, sissified organization the Boy Scouts has become. When I was in scouts, we carried guns and machetes and big survival knives and no one ever gave a crap. Then a few months ago, my nephew asked to borrow a folding knife from me for some scouting activity in the woods, and they wouldn't even let him carry it. That was enough for me. To hell with the BSA. I've learned more about bushcraft and the outdoors from BCUSA, Bladeforums, and Youtube than I ever learned from Scouts. If you have kids, teach them that stuff yourself, and save your money rather that give it to the PC-addled BSA.

    Okay, maybe I sound a little bitter, but my dealing with the scouts in the last few years has left me with a real distaste for the whole organization. They are not what they were twenty years ago.

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    super sweet looking

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    very nice; like the total look. it is well thought out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lg&m View Post
    I am not of the one knife for everything school but for me this is about as good as it gets.
    Iím even feeling OK about the pending zombie / vampire apocalypse.

    This was the secound time Bryan and I got together. He knows his stuff and is fun to hang out with. Thanks Bryan.
    Agree! That is one sweet looking blade, but also super practical.

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    Very nice! Looks like a good functional size too!

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    Pretty Tessa.
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    Love that blade shape!

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    Sweet blade !!

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