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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 4:05 pm 
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TJ that Rams Horn Hawbaker muskrat is absolutely beautiful.

I've accumulated several CS knives now but that one is as nice or nicer than anything in my collection. ::tu::

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 7:10 pm 
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Thanks Phil - Don't really know why I bought it except that I'm a buyer and not a shopper, an impulse buyer. But the Ram's Horn is nice and especially nice on the 2010 AAPK that I bought.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:44 pm 
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That is a nice lil' Musky, TJ. I believe it's the first CS shield I've seen that was silver. ::tu::

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Thanks Mumbly. The knife was an exclusive for Red Hill Cutlery, maybe that's why the silver shield.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:13 am 
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As the question asks Canal street is growing on me a tradesman at work just bought one WOW ::woot::

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mumblypeg flung a green cravin on me. and I thought the Buffalo Horn was nice. Sunset bone is a repete.


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This muskrat is the only Canal Street I have.

BTW, T.J. That Hawbaker is one of my favorite patterns.


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That is some nice buffalo horn, JW. ::tu::

Jerry - I like the Muskrat, but that rifle.... ::drool::

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That is some nice buffalo horn, JW. ::tu::

Jerry - I like the Muskrat, but that rifle.... ::drool::


Henry Golden Boy in .17 HMR. As you can see, it was a gift from my two best friends. I would do anything in the world for those two and that was before they gave the rifle to me. I love the rifle and I really appreciate it, I just don't know what I did to deserve it.

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[quote="jerryd6818"] I would do anything in the world for those two and that was before they gave the rifle to me.

Jerry, that is exactly why they they thought you deserved it and gave it to you. ::nod:: ::nod::


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One more.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 12:05 pm 
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Some nice ones fellers....... ::tu::

J.W. can you tell me what year that stag trapper was made? It's a beauty!

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philco wrote:
Some nice ones fellers....... ::tu::

J.W. can you tell me what year that stag trapper was made? It's a beauty!

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Thanks Phil,
The paperwork says it's a 2010.

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One more for the box. Far right came in today.


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Wow those trappers look great together!

J.W. you are getting a darned nice Canal Street collection going now. ::tu::


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