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Work Sharp.
 
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Stop at the Dollar Gentral in Baker and pick up some Dawn too.
He seasons his deer with some blood from the previous deer and a dash of rust.
 

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I have a big leather strop for my face razor. Never saw them for the Work Sharp. Gonna have to order some of them.
 

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I can't imagine dry shaving with it.
 
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I got one of those Gerber Randy Newberg EBS sets last year. Haven't tried it out yet, but nice little three blade set up in a box.
 

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Outside9,

I am currently living in Pensacola in Perdido Key. Guess I need to change my profile page.

Scott
Do you have a website?
 

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My mom's cousin taught me how to make knives. Not sure if he was part of y'all's group or not, but he passed some years back. He built some nice stuff. I have two of his with the last of his ivory after the ban. Y'all ever heard of William Brown out of Pintlala?
 

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HOLY HELLLLLLL!!!! Faye Brown was the man that I first apprenticed under. 7 hours of work for him to get 1 hour of "my" shop time. Helluva man, great maker. His mark was a stylized "WFB" that he engraved with a pantograph. He sold knives all over the world before there was an interweb. He taught a lot of people with vary degrees of success. I really wish I could've gotten some of his folder patterns, but all of his stuff... well you know.

When people talk about D2 not being a tough enough steel for combat knives, I always tell them about how Faye used to put a blade between two blocks of wood, a bottle jack in the middle, then jack his farm truck off the ground.

I was raised in Montgomery and spent a lot of my time at the Pintlala Barn Dance
Man, that's awesome that you got to work with him. I have probably 20 or so that he made. He was an awesome knifemaker and a hell of a man. He would stitch himself up regularly. I also grew up in Pintlala.
 

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Wow, that is something I haven’t thought about in many years. We used to own land beside there.


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I'm a little ashamed you spelled Stuckeys wrong in the alligator head thread....
 
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Shameful


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As Biden would say, "Come on, man!" I know you grew up in Davenport. I grew up in that Stuckeys.
 

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I still hunt off of Cloverfield Rd and Pettus Rd.
 
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