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    Hi all, thought I had better say hello, been hanging around & reading for some time, but thought its about I said hi.

    My first ever knife was a Byrd, and a few leather mans, but hoping for a fallkiven F1 soon,


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    Originally posted by vanNek View Post
    Hi all, thought I had better say hello, been hanging around & reading for some time, but thought its about I said hi.

    My first ever knife was a Byrd, and a few leather mans, but hoping for a fallkiven F1 soon,


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    Dam it can't work out how to edit in tapatalk on this forum....


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    • #3
      Welcome aboard.
      Stewart Townsend
      Member
      Australian Knifemakers Guild

      https://www.facebook.com/townsendcustomknives


      The plural of knife is knives.
      One knife.
      Two knives.
      The plural possessive is knives'.

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      • #4
        Welcome mate!

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        • #5
          Welcome to the forum.

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          • #6
            Welcome!!

            Welcome vanNek

            I am sure you will add to your collection real soon.

            Happens to just about everyone around here!!

            Dutchy
            Collector

            Australian Military Knives

            "Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws."
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            Napoleon Bonaparte

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            Lord Acton (1834–1902)

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            • #7
              welcome!!!!

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              • #8
                Welcome to ABF vanNek And i have a strange feeling Dutchy may be right

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                • #9
                  Haha for me it's not so much about collection, but being the the most sexy useful knife for my intended purpose, which ATM it a general fixed blade for hiking & hunting, general duties/survival if shit hits the fan...


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by vanNek View Post
                    Haha for me it's not so much about collection, but being the the most sexy useful knife for my intended purpose, which ATM it a general fixed blade for hiking & hunting, general duties/survival if shit hits the fan...


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                    Welcome to the Forum, but I have to warn you - it's a slippery slope from a Byrd and F1 to Sebenza and Randall :-P

                    You may not be able to edit your posts till you're "out of the pink" (minimum post count of 5 or 10 from memory).
                    KK
                    Australian Knife Magazine
                    Editor



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                    • #11
                      Gday vanNek, welcome to the Abf, that slippery slope is possibly like a cliff your sliding and then over you go and your in freefall.

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                      • #12
                        Well hopefully I can keep it in check, I need (read want) a gain GPS, epirb along with a ruger m77 hawkeye with a zeiss on top..... And the a few more to that lost but oh well.

                        I'm also admiring some of the craftsmanship this site has to offer, never could produce anything like it but I enjoy watching it evolve, especially the "forging practice" tread/build.



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