Discussion in 'Gossman Knives' started by S.Gossman, Oct 3, 2012.
Yard work coming up after this cup of coffee...
Micro Tusker on my hip in this picture... it did some small chores throughout the day.
That’s the worst job at trying to hide a body I’ve ever seen. At least here on the Eastern Shore we shove them into a marsh somewhere.
Hidden in plain sight...
But seriously, what is that and why are you hanging it in a tree?
It was part of my Halloween decorations. I had a giant spider built as well.
Tuff possum good stuff Jarrod. What's in the flask? Intoxicated minds want to know.
Just to show I'm doing something. Don't know what but it's something.
@Murman the flask is containing Glenlivet.
Those who can, grind. Those who can't carve.
Liking this ULP!
I cot about an inch into a same size log and chicken out. Good work!
@S.Gossman the USA stamped ulp look pointier is it just me or has angle changed?
You mean the blade? May be the angle in the pic.
Yessir the blade tip is what I was referring to. May be just the angle of photo. It does look like the lanyard hole moved. Mine is centered with the bolts. Just little things.
Guinness and Gossman WST...
Brews and Blades...
Reverence and Remembrance...
No, thank you my friend.
Just working on an idea, and building a fire...
Ok, so I had this idea for survival bracelet made out of jute twine, so you can carry nesting material with you all the time. Got a couple done tell me what you think.
About 8 ft if twine to work with.
My only problem with making bracelets like those is I would end up just bringing extra twine because I worked so hard on the bracelet that I wouldn’t want to take it apart lol
Nice work brother.
Just got back from a week in the Maine North Woods. Had this knife on my side the whole week.
A2 little guys
WHAT is that and specs please ;p
@Vanitas that looks like an early semi skinner.
Not sure what the name is, I bought it off of a dealer who knows Scott. I liked the size and natural handle material, is why I got it. 7" overall with 3" blade, 3/16" 5160.
I like the more subtle handle it has. It's smoother instead of the more sudden finger choil. It's even my favorite size for a knife. I think that is now my favorite Gossman, good score man!
Yep, that's an early semi-skinner. Most likely from 2005 or 2006 when I was using 5160 steel.
Stuff from today...
Shame there arnt more of those floating around.
Is that an Ultra Light Polaris??
The last one with the gloves is. One of the first USA stamped
Very nice looking blade.
Yes it is!
Cleaned it up a little bit... just a quick wipe down.
Man I love this knife. I had never seen this style knife before joining BCUSA.
I'm seeing a Gossman in my near future.
Things have been slow but I am making progress.