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  1. S.Gossman

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    Thank you sir. Hope you like it and get tons of use out of it.
    Scott
     
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    The Polaris arrived, and I couldn't be happier. Now it's time to head to the woods and get it dirty.

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    That is a beauty! The Gossman Polaris is one of the handiest knives that I own! Welcome to the addiction and I want to encourage you to start your quest for your next Gossman knife........Because you will own more!
     
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    You must be a mind reader, brother, because that's what I'm doing right now, lol!
     
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    Now available, 8" blade BBT and 5" blade Tusker, M4 steel.
    Scott

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    Now available, two A2 steel Tusker Companions.
    Scott

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    Now available, Bolo, S7 steel.
    Scott

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    Now available, deer Creek, S7 steel.
    Scott

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    My dream knife.... Deer Creek S7. Most comfortable handle ever! Can't resist....
     
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    Now available, Polaris and UNK, CPM S90V steel. I will be out of the shop from May 26 until June 6 so any orders will ship on or after June 6.
    Scott

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    Can't wait for that Polaris to get to me! First gossman knife!TE="S.Gossman, post: 3372586, member: 11305"]Now available, Polaris and UNK, CPM S90V steel. I will be out of the shop from May 26 until June 6 so any orders will ship on or after June 6.
    Scott

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    Now available, Deer Creek and a Tusker Companion, both S7 steel. New chocolate brown leather.
    Scott

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    Very nice leather!
     
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    I'm really digging the chocolate brown color for the sheaths. Nice! Mark
     
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    The chocolate brown will replace the lighter brown.
    Scott
     
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    That's cool Scott. As I stated above I really like it.

    Mark
     
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    Like the chocolate also.
     
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    So tonight I hit a deer on my way home from work... First time that's happened. More importantly I happened to have my Polaris in s90v. Not believing in being wasteful I loaded him up. My friend has a shed With a good skinning set up and since I hit the deer coming out of his yard... You know how it is in the country.... We share and share alike. Anyway I broke out the Polaris in front of him and let him try her out. Shock and amazement. That was what he got. He's an outdoorsman. Not a bushcrafter. He doesn't know steel or ergonomics. He just knows that Polaris is a fine knife that didn't even act like it was getting dull. Thank you again Mr. Gossman for an outstanding tool. I really feel like this knife can do it all.. now a deer Creek in s90v.... I believe that would inspire me to a purchase of a lifetime!!! Outstanding blade here. Customer for life, b IMG_20170618_214344.jpg ayou.
     
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    Great story Bayoubshcrft! Thanks for posting.
    Scott
     
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    Great recovery Bayou!
     
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    That's why I like to use my S90V UNK as my deer hunting knife.
    Scott
     
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    Thanks for that info... Just ordered the UNK in s90... Lol quite a salesman you are sir!
     
  23. S.Gossman

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    Lol thanks!
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    Four Deer Creeks, two S7 and two A2, also two M4 Polaris hopefully will be finished Friday this week.
    Scott
     
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    Woohoo! Finally can get one of those Deer Creeks! A2 please!
     
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    Now available, two CPM M4 Polaris, two A2 Deer Creek's and one S7 Deer creek.
    Scott

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    Now available two CPM M4 UNK's.
    Scott

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    These are the last two knives for a couple of weeks. Got a Bladesports competition July 16th and I'm trying to get my new comp knife finished in 4V and need to build 3 more benches. Here's a pic of the comp knife I'm working on.
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    You hosting it Scott?
     
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    Wishing that black micarta CPM M4 UNK had a black sheath, very nice!
     
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    Yes at the shop.
     
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    Nice. I'll try to come down and watch.
     
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    You need to get some video footage of one these competitions Scott. Be cool to see your knife blowing through some wood.
     
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    I will try and get some video at that event. I'll post some testing of this new 4V comp knife.
    Scott

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    Finished today and now available. Two BBT 1 3/4" wide A2 steel. Two Polaris CPM 154 steel.
    Scott

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    i love the color you're using for the sheaths.
     
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    Chocolate brown. Who doesn't love chocolate. Lol
    Scott
     
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    Those polari look awesome. Slight variation in the grind it would appear?

    Can't go wrong with one of those low maintenance (cpm154) work horse woods knives!
     
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    No, it's my normal grind.
    Scott
     
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    Green/black A2 BBT "OG" (original grind; not gangster!) = MINE!
     
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    Looked like a slight change in the spearpoint. Maybe just the picture. Awesome regardless.
     
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    Those are true to the original 1" wide design. The M4 is 1 1/8" wide so it makes the spearpoint look different.
    Scott
     
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    why the sharpened portion on the spine of the comp knife?
    balance?
    or are you allowed to use that for chopping?
     
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    1066vik,
    it is not sharpened. That area was ground to remove weight from that area to add to the forward weight of the blade.
     
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    cool.
    good luck with the competition -- one of these days I'd like to try it.
     
  46. S.Gossman

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    Now available, two UNK's CPM 20CV steel, Orion CPM S90V steel.
    Scott

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    Are you blades all flat grinds or do they have a micro bevel?
     
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    My grinds are flat/convex. I do micro bevels but with these steels and smaller size knives, I do zero edge very thin. About 0.10 to 0.12 at the edge.
    Scott
     
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    Dang that's one fine looking Orion.
     
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    I think everyone should own or atleast try a UNK. Those two are terrific looking. Havent seen any red coral micarta in awhile.
     
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