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#202664 - 01/17/23 02:25 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b **** [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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A couple of more...and...YES: There are still even more but this outta' be enough for y'all to chose from:
Copper Companion and both Stanaback Specials: 4" and 4 5/8"...
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#202665 - 01/17/23 02:49 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Ok--We are overwhelmed, want more than one!

Capt. Chris could just throw all these into a grab bag and let us buy one as our numbers are drawn.

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#202668 - 01/17/23 05:51 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Originally Posted By: Captain Chris Stanaback
Keep the 3/16" ball rolling. Pappy talk about a #7 or a #7/ #6 grind...great choices as well. Throw in a #21 or a GTR and The Denmark Spl. as well...
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GTR is indeed another great knife. Great setup on the standard configuration.

BTW, I think this is the same knife as your GTR pic. smile

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#202669 - 01/17/23 06:43 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: Windsor]
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27 is just as limiting as a 25 correct? Not a whole lotta handle options?
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#202670 - 01/17/23 07:15 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: JerryG]
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Can't leave out the Ward Gay Special either. Just sayin'.

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#202671 - 01/18/23 02:09 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: pappy19]
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I'm staying with the 11-4
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#202672 - 01/18/23 03:17 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Cap,

Can an 11-4 come with 14-style fingergrips?

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#202673 - 01/18/23 04:25 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: pappy19]
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Originally Posted By: pappy19
Can't leave out the Ward Gay Special either. Just sayin'.


Ward Gay #20 is a nice setup as well.

I think it's the least-configurable knife you can pick, so not a strong candidate for a build-by-committee.
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#202674 - 01/18/23 06:00 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: Windsor]
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#8-4" old style,NS1,ASP/BLK,STAG,FG(RH),WT
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#202675 - 01/18/23 06:09 PM Re: Any interest in a "By-God" serious hunting knife b [Re: KENKAN]
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Rob--

You are right about some of the standard models. Not much room for customization on various ones.

I like the Model 8 configuration offered by Ken.

The only thing I would change would be light ambi finger grooves depending on the stag...I hate to see huge hunks of stag stuck onto petite blades.

If the stag is too large, then the Cattleman treatment could help...and that is only offered on the Stanaback Special...which is a good candidate for the build.

Larry


Edited by LarryWW1246 (01/18/23 06:12 PM)
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