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This is a discussion on Let's talk blades within the The Edge forums, part of the Light & Blade category; Originally Posted by ETS Agree with you, mukwah. I have a pretty good one and have found some interesting things, but the real problem is ...

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  1. #51 Re: Let's talk blades 
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    Quote Originally Posted by ETS View Post
    Agree with you, mukwah. I have a pretty good one and have found some interesting things, but the real problem is finding places to "hunt". Old homesteads can be very productive, especially if you know where the original walk, hitching posts, etc., were.
    Britt always finds cool stuff! Even if she doesn't, who cares?

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    Wonder if she gives private lessons. Just saying.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mukwah View Post
    Wonder if she gives private lessons. Just saying.....

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    She likes to shoot too. It's just too cute when that fawn nuzzles her while she's holding that rifle.

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    Thought some of you Blader's might be interested in this. Personally I am happy with my trusty Old Buck, I have had for decades. Sure has served me well and skinned and field dressed many wild game etc. Not that I cannot appreciate your hobby. Nothing like collecting some thing with fine quality craftsmanship. I see the show is in Atlanta. If you go, be sure and bring CCW. You don't want to take the wrong turn in that Jungle.

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    The Blade Show is knife nirvana for sure, Dave. I live too far from Atlanta to make the journey. But for knifenuts in striking distance of it, it's well worth attending.

    When you're there, make sure you walk by the Busse Knife Company booth during feeding time. That's worth the price of admission all by itself.
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