Gossman Knives picture thread

Discussion in 'Gossman Knives' started by S.Gossman, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. S.Gossman

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    Haha that's funny Andy. Jarrod, WTF, is that green mold from? Lol
    Scott
     
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    @S.Gossman

    It is an Ivan style military target...

    I had quite a few in my yard for target practice... until someone else decided they wanted them... only one remaining. I will have to make a stop at the base to see if I can’t get a few more.

    I forgot to add the silly video, here it is.

     
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    Some scrapping for shaping!

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    First attempt at a wood spirit Christmas decoration ever...

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    Not quite what I imagined...

    Got some learning to do on this.
     
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    I love this knife! They are going to have to pry it from my dead hand...
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  5. S.Gossman

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    That's great Fixedblade.
    Scott
     
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    Just some poser pictures...


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    A few of my favorite things...

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    Playing with the color filter...

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    Thanks again and Happy Holidays everyone!

    Jarrod
     
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    Picked up this 5 1/4 inch 3V Deer Creek today. This knife spews awesomeness.
    Scott has a Tusker with what I think is snakeskin scales, 3V and a spear point to boot for sale. I seriously drooled a little.
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    I took a couple of pics before she gets dirty tonight. The Deer Creek handle is the most comfortable for me in every grip. Scott knows how I like em and contoured this one perfectly.
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    Lucky break stopping by the shop Andy. You happened upon that DC I just finished.
    You've been rockin' that 3V WSK Jarrod. Only 3V WSK of mine ever made.
    Scott
     
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    Working on some bush classes I forgot to finish...
     
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    There you go.. showing "that knife" again. Love the pics bud!
     
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  13. ArmyMacE

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    Just working on some fieldcraft and tracker knife projects.

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    Improvised woods vise, and blow gun darts.

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    Knife works good to hold a small hearth as well...

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    Thanks,

    Jarrod
     
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    I finally got my hands on one of my Grail knives.A Short bolo this a very well designed knife. IMG_20171225_075451080.jpg IMG_20171225_075521395.jpg
     
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    Great score!

    Congrats
     
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    Thank you Mr T,now I might be on the hunt for a smaller companion.
     
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    Happy Christmas Everyone!

    Got a new knife to play with!

    An awesome Anniversary edition!

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    Thanks,

    Jarrod
     
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    I really like the forward belly on your knife. Great Score!
     
  19. ArmyMacE

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    Just some hand drill friction fire practice today.

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    Thanks,

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  20. Andster

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    Haven’t done a family shot in a while.

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    Just splitting up some fatwood.

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    Thanks,

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  24. ArmyMacE

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    Some stuff I have been up to...

    Working on an Otzi inspired pack frame.

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    Pine resin and charcoal glue stick with breakfast...

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    Thanks,

    Jarrod
     
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  25. ArmyMacE

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    A little bit of today...

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    Thanks,

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    I was fortunate enough to pick this WTK up I received it in unused like new condition.1/8"A2 does not get any better. IMG_20180107_081858660.jpg IMG_20180107_081844732.jpg
     
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    I really like thinner blades! 1/8” is very durable and allows for fine work as well as heavy.
     
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    Couple more blade shots from yesterday. First run with the Boreal shirt and BBT after back from Scott. Perfect combo; now just need a smaller companion in the same A2/green black combo!

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    8 F outside this morning. The wind has finally died down so it's time to get out of the house before the kids lose their minds. Campfire time. I went a couple of hours earlier than everyone else to get things set up. This is what the bomb cyclone storm left me to work with. There's a fire pit under there somewhere.
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    A little digging, a nice upsidedown fire stack, and some fatwood curls courtesy of my Tusker.
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    A big pot of chili on the tripod, a warm fire, and 20 friends on the way.
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    5 hours later and everyone is home and warm and full and happy and tired. Doesn't get much better than that.
     
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    I think I have a problem...

    Maybe an addiction... or affliction...

    My newest acquisition thanks to @GKiT

    O1 and Osage! Who wouldn’t want to have that in their grasp!

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    I guess the best medicine is to just keep getting them!


    I have already started making feather sticks, and working on a “Do Stick”.

    Thanks,

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    I’ll keep you in mind for sure.
     
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    Man that is nice. My trading affliction is so bad I can't remember if I've owned that or not. I think I'm thinking of the Polaris Osage A2 that Andster and I traded back and forth like it was a baseball card.

    That is nice though, and if I ever owned it and traded it, I'm a fool.
     
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    Playing in the rain with my Gossman WST...

    This Honey Locust is pretty tough... I actually might need to sharpen up my 3V knife now.

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    Thanks,

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    Getting ready to start up my grill...

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    Thanks,

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  38. never.truly.lost

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    I must say it is very satisfying to clean up a Gossman and re work Obeneaufs into the micarta! Yeah Friday nights are real party nights here!


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  39. Mr. Tettnanger

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    Why the Obeneaufs on the micarta?
     
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    Gives it a better feel. Less dry chalk board ish if that makes sense? I also find it gives a bit of extra grip and also looks much nicer.
     
  41. Mr. Tettnanger

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    Makes perfect sense. I'll clean up a few today and give it a try! I've used it on wooden scales, but can't remember ever using it on micarta other than what was on my hands after wiping a blade down with it.

    Thanks!
     
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    Managed to get away a bit this afternoon for a walk with Scout Dog. Didn’t get a lot of photos due to chasing the sun to get a fire going before darkness. BBT OG was the only sharp brought along with my High Range Man Bag/satchel/haversack.

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