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#196408 - 11/19/21 06:14 AM Re: Bret Dowell Knives * [Re: rodbrown]
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NICE !!!
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#196879 - 12/28/21 05:19 AM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: coachblalock]
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Congratulations, Rod. This is an outstanding collection. cool
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#196881 - 12/28/21 08:51 AM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: Litch]
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Thank you. Yeah I am kind of hooked on Bretís knives. I have been trying to pry one of his personal knives from him, without success.
I started carrying one of his Sowbelly trappers about a month ago and really like it. If you ever have a Dowell you want to move, give me a shout.
Happy New Year

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#196884 - 12/28/21 11:35 AM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: rodbrown]
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Arizona Knives had one for sale last week, still a little rich for me, but a nice stag handle.

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#196886 - 12/28/21 12:30 PM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: pappy19]
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Pap

Thank you for the heads up. I had seen the knife on their website. And you are correct, IMO, a bit pricey.
I have bought from them once before. It too was a pricey knife, albeit a bit unique in that the blade was hand rubbed. At that time, Bret had not done many hand rubbed blades.
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#206947 - 06/10/24 06:29 PM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: rodbrown]
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Well I have acquired a few on Bret's knives since my last post. I don't have this one in hand(Bret's photo), but the knife is mine.


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#206949 - 06/10/24 10:22 PM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: rodbrown]
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This is a bit of a story. I lost my Dowell EDC and slip during the winter. I was distraught and contemplated slitting my wrists(jokingly), but could not because I had no knife!!
But I bought a couple slips at Blade and have a new Dowell EDC. Life is good and man I love my EDC pocket knife.


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#206950 - 06/11/24 12:03 AM Re: Bret Dowell Knives [Re: rodbrown]
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Very nice.
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