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Discussion in 'Turley Knives' started by IA Woodsman, Jul 2, 2010.
Post em up, we lik'em dirty!!!!!
By the way, you spelled 'pictures' wrong.
Give him a break, he's a woodsman. He doesn't understand our modern world.
Great stuff, guys. I appreciate you posting up your pics.
Looking good there IZ. Your in the big time now with your own forum =)
Yo, Skog. Thanks for checking in, man.
I wouldn't say I'm in the big time, more like a little fish in a big pond.
I really like the looks of the wood-handled knife. Can you tell me about it?
Hey Iz, it's AMS....Was going to post pic's of my Turley but cant figure it out.....you know us TEXAS boys are kinda slow....
Way to go Iz! Congrats!
You're not slow ... you've just got a long way to go.
Pictures looks like it's spelled right now. :thumbup:
I'm going to see if our Wilderness & Survival guys might like to look this new forum over
I hope Snow doesn't mind me answering for him.
That's a Model #16 Dogwood.
You can check out the specs here.
There's a gallery here if you're interested.
Feel free to email me if you have any questions. Or ask here.
Thanks for looking, man.
Thanks, Esav! I appreciate it. There should be plenty of bushcraft/woodsman stuff going on here in the near future.
I appreciate your help.
Sadly not dirty but all mine...
Edit - I guess I should say... Big Piney Above, Little Piney below...
Lab and Ams,
Thanks for stopping in , guys. Mucho appreciat-o.
ps Ams, this is pretty similar to other forums when it comes to posting pics. If you need help just holler ,brother.
lol, come September or October we'll fix that dirty problem if you want.
ps Just don't give them to Ia, you'll never get 'em shiny again.
Snow, what model is the first pic?
Those are Model 20 Gasconades.
If I waited on snow to answer you we'd be here a while.
Thanks for answering for me. :thumbup: