Discussion in 'MP Knives' started by Sweeneyguy, Oct 8, 2011.
Feathersticks never get old...
Three bone standing rib roast was no match.
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Writing my review. Warthog and Bowie
Dang I'm glad you posted this. I was starting to feel guilty about the five I have. Great looking collection.
MP Puukko perfection!
MP Puukko perfection x 2!!
How do I know that's not the same one?
Look at the top of the spine one is rhomboid?....
Wolf Pack: mini, standard, primitive, skinner,and dire.
Here's my MP puukko. Self-handled with 1/4 " brass bolster and cap, birch bark. Rhombic. The bolster could be a little taller but it is plenty comfortable and my edc.
MonkeyNono I think we would be great friends!! Awesome Collection where is @Wolf410 I know he has quite a few unique MP's Also
I think so as well, I have even more on order.
Great Craftsmanship right there Folks! @556mp Always top notch. Great Pics Gang! Some day I'll get one of his puukko's .
Cant wait to put this knife to work!!!
Out of the box into the kitchen
do you have any heirs or direct descendants?
Nope, but my buddy at work has laid claim to my knife collection when I did (I think he's poisoning me)
a collection like that is worth poisoning a friend over.
Take your knife to work day....
That should be every day!
Congrats on being the new owner of "The Beast"
nice!! I like that!
that might be the only large knife i've ever really wanted.
I like this. wolf pup? scale material?
This is a Warthog with African Blackwood scales. Picked it up here in the trade blanket.
Using my Type D Tomahawk to collect some wild grape vine.
Tennessee was kind enough to sell me my first MP knive and since then I added 2 more to my collection....they are great blades with the best handle profile you will find....I will without a doubt buy more in the future.
New direwolf made it here.
wow nice! tell us how it does with small chores like making the notch for a fireboard or something. I have a pup and love it and wondering how the bigger ones do in small chores too.
Thanks Ken. I am pretty much a big knife user. I haven't used this one for much yet. I just received it Saturday. I have a bunch of Matts knifes though and they all work well for tasks big and small. I find curls/ shavings to be much easier with a large heavy blade. The knife just falls through. Same thing with a bow drill or hand drill notch.
good deal; was thinking of one in the future is why I asked since I like the wolf pup so well.
very nice Tennessee!
That's some collection!
I see your starting to catch up. Lol