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Awrite, lemmie see, Capt. Chris, you’ve omitted the model #11’s (3/16” bunch) by NOT listing them with those other outstanding possible choices so far. You didn’t shut down the “maybe 2 like you” feelers though so I’m thinking that your SSP, just li
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I'm still thinking #8 old style !!
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by LarryWW1246 @ Today at 11:27 AM

Torn between the Model 23, Model 19, and the Stanback Special 4" Any would be a great knife. Larry
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Wayne Dengler @ Today at 11:08 AM

Maybe the Model 5 small fish & game set up like Bradford Agier's in the larger model with the Micarta handle w/compass?? In all honesty,it is what you choose will be the best. That is why there are so many Models/variations.
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Captain Chris Stanaback @ Today at 10:17 AM

I omitted another choice when listing knife models earlier: RMK Model #11-4", which is 3/16" blade stock...sorry Brother Billy and Tom. Stay Sharp, Capt. Chris
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I am with Duke! Tom Flynn
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SSP Slabside FG Stainless Wrist Thong AND, because Larry (& others) have mentioned two (2) knives, add a #11-3 &1/4” for my # 2 “By GOD, Serious Hunting Knife.” Why not??
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by JerryG @ Yesterday at 06:16 PM

I wouldn't mind seeing a model 3 get built, 5 or 6 inch. A pair, like the Capt's, would be cool but it's been done recently. Any reason not to build a model 25? A 25/26 pair could turn out nice
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by LarryWW1246 @ Yesterday at 05:53 PM

We-e-l-l... Since Capt. Chris uses two, maybe, could we, think of a "a pair?" And think about what each might be better suited for? And "maybe" the option for the first person drawn to buy one or both? Just thinking, maybe out
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Holzinger258 @ Yesterday at 05:26 PM

#23
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Windsor @ Yesterday at 03:51 PM

19-5
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Captain Chris Stanaback @ Yesterday at 02:31 PM

From what I'm reading...thus far...we have the following mentioned. * Model #8-4"-X (Old Style) * Model #5-5" (Camp & Trail) * Model #23-4 1/2" (Gamemaster) * Model #19-5" (Bushmaster)...also available in 4 1/2" * Stanaba
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Captain Chris Stanaback @ Yesterday at 01:37 PM

Fall in Florida...and "2" ruts in Bama on account of the "Wisconsin Deer" that were brought into the state, decades ago. PRIME time is mid January-1st week in Feb... Best, Capt. Chris
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by LarryWW1246 @ Yesterday at 01:05 PM

Side note-- Are deer in rut in January in the south? Up north it is in the fall. Larry
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Captain Chris Stanaback @ Yesterday at 10:41 AM

180-190 is a large buck where I hunt. 160-165, during the rut when they've got a lot of "running, fighting, screwing" going on... Best, Capt. Chris
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Wayne Dengler @ Yesterday at 08:39 AM

Capt, Just how large are the deer in your neck of the woods where you go?? Up north,typical size is about 180 lbs although there are many that go over 200 lbs. A few years ago,a bowhunter harvested a 305 lbs white tailed buck from a state forest ju
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by GCTom41 @ Yesterday at 08:35 AM

Cap, Glad your back! Leaning towards SSP Slabside FG Stainless, wrist thong Tom Flynn
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Jump to new posts Re: Leather Randall Belt Buckle by oldguy @ Yesterday at 12:12 AM

Back to the top. Still looking for a buckle. No contact reply from poster, does not look very good at all. Thanks
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I'm stuck on a Model 5-5" 01 steel, since it has done everything from butchering numerous elk, mule and whitetail, Trout, salmon, steelhead, grouse, and multiple camp chores, since 1975. I have used other Randall models, but my old Model 5-5&q
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Old Style #8
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Jump to new posts Re: Two-fer Tuesday! by Wally @ 01/25/23 06:12 PM

The Jade is awesome Capt.!
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Jump to new posts Re: Two-fer Tuesday! by Wally @ 01/25/23 06:11 PM

Beautiful as always, Billy!
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Jump to new posts Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b by Captain Chris Stanaback @ 01/25/23 05:51 PM

I'm Baaack! Good trip to the woods. Although I saw many deer, none with enough or big enough horns to shoot. 2 weeks I go back. Nice to see all the posts...and anyone awaiting shipping: I'll start tomorrow getting stuff out. "By God" hunt
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Jump to new posts Re: Two-fer Tuesday! by Billy Poyner @ 01/24/23 09:53 PM

Steve Thanks
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Valid points, Top Dog. Survival or just processing of your game is the choices I guess. I do favor the old style 8-4 (dressed out if so desired!). Walker
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