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BLADE magazine review

Discussion in 'Meeting Creek Knives' started by hamanky, May 18, 2017.

  1. hamanky

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    Congratulations to both you and Evan!
     
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    Congrats to the two of you! That makes three BCUSA members who have gotten in to Blade Magazine. @rwfred was in the 20170501 issue. Any of the other knife makers here gotten in there?
     
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    Right on. Thats awesome. Congrats !
     
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    I may be mistaken but I believe Tim was in an issue. @T.Pollock can clarify.
    Congratulations guys, it just finished downloading so I can read it.
     
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    woo-hoo!
     
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    @T. Pollock

     
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    Yeah I've been in Blade a couple of times but not a feature knife though. The first time was for a Rockwell hardness tester anvil that I designed and made for making rockwell testing of blades more accurate, the second time was in Wayne Goddard's article on home shops where he tells the story of me starting my knife making career in my attack. :dblthumb: At the time it was the only place I had available to work... but hot... very hot!!!
     
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    Joe this is awesome, big congrats to both of you guys!!!
     
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    It's a sweet article and I'm pumped that we could both be in it. Joe's U Wharrie gave my Raven a heck of a run for its money!
     
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    My computer is having a tough time loading 116 pages. What pages are you guys knives on?
     
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    Review starts on page 32.
     
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    This is so awesome. Glad to see 2 guys who really deserve it get some press. In the past few years I have prolly bought, traded, and sold 50+ custom, hand made, and high end knives. My Evan Siembida Kestrel is my most trusted and used blade and will be with me to pass down to my grandkids in 30yrs. Bout a year ago, before Joe Hay started using his makers mark, a Meeting Creek slipped through my fingers. Luckily I had was able to have Joe make me another knife. It was meant to be a full tang greenwood carving knife, it also performs great in the bush, and is another that will never leave my side. Long story short, if I could only keep 2 of my knives it would without a doubt be my Siembida and Meeting Creek knives. Look out for those guys
     
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    good job guys. congrats to both!..
     
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