Gossman Knives picture thread

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

  1. RI Chevy

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    Ditto!!!
     
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    Yard work coming up after this cup of coffee...

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    Micro Tusker on my hip in this picture... it did some small chores throughout the day.

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    Equipment checks...

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    Monkey Boy! [​IMG]
     
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    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.
     
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    Hidden in plain sight... :)
     
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    It was part of my Halloween decorations. I had a giant spider built as well.

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    Tuff possum good stuff Jarrod. What's in the flask? Intoxicated minds want to know.
     
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    Just to show I'm doing something. Don't know what but it's something.

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    @Murman the flask is containing Glenlivet.
     
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    Those who can, grind. Those who can't carve.
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    I cot about an inch into a same size log and chicken out. Good work!
     
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    @S.Gossman the USA stamped ulp look pointier is it just me or has angle changed?
     
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    You mean the blade? May be the angle in the pic.
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    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.
     
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    Guinness and Gossman WST...

    Brews and Blades...

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    Reverence and Remembrance...

    Thanks,

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    No, thank you my friend.
     
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    Just working on an idea, and building a fire...

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    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.


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    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.
     
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    Just got back from a week in the Maine North Woods. Had this knife on my side the whole week.
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    @Vanitas that looks like an early semi skinner.
     
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    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.
     
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    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!
     
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    Yep, that's an early semi-skinner. Most likely from 2005 or 2006 when I was using 5160 steel.
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