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What a great write up. Phil pushed for colored tubes before I could even get good sources of pinstock to match liners. There is much discussion...
Neato. I've never seen deer butchered that way.
Yes! Mr Dirk Loots is the photographer. He is amazing at it and works with me as one of the owners of Pops. Its cool to have that kind of...
Hope y'all like em. Thanks for supporting Fiddleback Forge. And I hope to see some of y'all at Trackrock in a few months...
The sheath Amy gave me with her graduation knife is the nicest I've ever owned.
That is a good looking anvil @NoRest What does it weigh?
I think Russell has distinguished himself with his puukkos. They are among the best out there IMO.
I'm in! Hope to see a lot of y'all!!!
You guys ake this possible. I want to thank you all for your support and enthusiasm.
It is my great pleasure to congratulate Amy Valerious of Warlander Knives as she has graduated the Fiddleback Forge Apprentice Program.
Both are great bushcrafting knives. I think the pointy KE Bushie is my favorite of the two, but really, there isn't much difference.
Great story again. Love hearing about Bert. Is that a muskrat in the pic? I've never seen one.
That is CPM154CM steel.
We got in a bunch of leather keychains. If you ordered patch/patches we are going to throw one in your shipment for free. This batch was sent to...
Thanks y'all. Phil nailed this one. I love being able to tell him vague things and they still happen! Thanks Phil!
Great kid. Happy BDay Adam!
One of my favorite things about being a knifemaker is watching this thread, and the FF event and listening to y'alls opinions of our work!!!...
Neato! Thanks for posting Phillip!
Nice score. I'm glad you got that one then because it came out really nicely.
Yes. It is. I suffer from depression as well. I hope you're doing ok.