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#179528 - 04/08/19 06:41 AM Re: Just in from Treeman *** [Re: W Polidori]
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Very nice knife.
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#182124 - 08/03/19 04:03 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: Oldvetnam1]
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A couple of awesome fighters just in today.
Treeman 12" retired Treeman stamped 5160 steel blade. Nickel hilt, metal & fiber spacers, FWI handle. Brown Mosher basketweave sheath.
Second knife is a 10 1/2" double skull stamped 5160 blade, nickel hilt, red fiber & spacers, ivory handle, nickel butt plate. Reverse side stamped with retired "Treeman" stamp.
Smooth Mosher sheath.


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#182126 - 08/03/19 04:11 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: W Polidori]
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Now those are some knives!
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#182128 - 08/03/19 04:39 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: Oldvetnam1]
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Thanks Steve, they are beastie blades.
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#182138 - 08/03/19 10:24 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: W Polidori]
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Very nice!
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#182140 - 08/04/19 10:01 AM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: coachblalock]
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Thanks Coach. These old Treeman blades and Mosher sheaths are classic's.
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#182294 - 08/08/19 05:54 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: W Polidori]
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Placing this post in the right place, hopefully.

Ok... Man, there are some *crazy nice* knives in *THIS* thread. Fantastic works of art.

Here’s a little trout and bird knife I picked up years ago. My son has another one just like it - almost its twin. He never goes hunting or fishing without it. He usually has a rugged looking big orange handle folder in his kit, with gut hook and saw blade, but he always has the Treeman on his belt. The little 3 ¾” blade does almost everything he needs when field dressing. He keeps it in his car the rest of the year. Razor sharp and takes an edge with ease – a simple honing now and then on a kitchen steel will keep it going for months. These knives hold their edge well.

And the little Mosher sheaths are fantastic for everyday carry or throwing in a tackle box or car seat cubby. Especially thick and tough, protect the knives well, but aren’t too heavy. These little knives, in their sheaths, give a natural impression of a “basic tool.”

With its similar top bevel and overall profile, it compares favorably with a Randall #7-4 ½, coming in about 1 1/8” shorter in OAL. But of course, it’s convex ground.

Gary


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#182297 - 08/08/19 06:48 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: escapement]
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Great little knife Gary
If nothing else, you have a classy steak knife you could take anywhere. Spacer stack is sharp looking.
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#182307 - 08/08/19 08:48 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: W Polidori]
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They say that “great minds” think alike. When I first saw this knife, my first thought was that it would be perfect for cuttn’ up a steak!
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#182308 - 08/08/19 08:52 PM Re: Just in from Treeman [Re: coachblalock]
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LOL, you got it right!
Who needs bird and trout when steak is on the table, right?


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