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  1. Thread: Belt knife

    by blackfinger
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    A Canadian classic design and one of my favorite...

    A Canadian classic design and one of my favorite knives. The original was design by DH Russell and Rudy Grohmann of Grohmann Knives in Nova Scotia, Canada back in the 1950's. Grohmann has made a few...
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    Used 94's fetch $400-$600 around here. Gun shows...

    Used 94's fetch $400-$600 around here. Gun shows are full of them. Lots of guys still use lever guns in the hardwoods during deer season in my neck of the woods.
  3. I have to agree, the OP's knives he mentioned are...

    I have to agree, the OP's knives he mentioned are more of big game than a small game knives. Small knives can do the job (I watched my wife completely field dress a deer with a 2 1/2" blade pocket...
  4. Yup, it's a much copied design. Grohmann are the...

    Yup, it's a much copied design. Grohmann are the originals, part of a series of 4 knives designed by Rudy Grohmann and D.H. Russell. Numbered #1, #2, #3 and #4 all are well thought out timeless...
  5. One of my favorite small game knives. ...

    One of my favorite small game knives.

    http://www.grohmannknives.com/index.php/products/outdoor/hunting-knives/2-trout-bird-knife-detail
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    If you're talking survival I'll take my Savage 24...

    If you're talking survival I'll take my Savage 24 30-30/20ga combo gun over a pump shotgun any day.
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    Wow, didn't realize the culture shift regarding...

    Wow, didn't realize the culture shift regarding pocket knives in the U.S.. Our knife laws are pretty lax here in Canada, no "switchblades" and no "butterfly knives" but that's about it. I've always...
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    You're right. I've been shooting traditional...

    You're right. I've been shooting traditional style muzzleloaders for around 25 years now (hence my forum name)and have seen a lot of changes. Not many of us "traditionalists" who just shoot for fun...
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    The bores are in great shape. Overall condition...

    The bores are in great shape. Overall condition of the gun is very good. It looks like it seen very little use over the last 40 years.
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    20ga. Muzzleloader

    We rented a table at an Outdoorsman Yardsale this past weekend that was run by one of the local clubs. Saw it as a good opportunity to get rid of some excess camping, hunting and fishing gear. We...
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    Definetly a .22. Safety and marksmanship, in that...

    Definetly a .22. Safety and marksmanship, in that order, are paramount with any new shooter and I can't think of anything better to learn those two things on than a .22.. Once have have solid roots...
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    Pliers, saw, knife.

    Pliers, saw, knife.
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    The Wingman is a good tool for the money but my...

    The Wingman is a good tool for the money but my EDC is the Rebar. Big step up for not a whole lot more money.
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    I'll throw in my 2 cents. Just a bit of...

    I'll throw in my 2 cents. Just a bit of background first since I don't post here much. I've been shooting crossbows for about ten years and competing in 3D with them for about that last eight. My...
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    Same story here. I picked up a Paraframe at Bass...

    Same story here. I picked up a Paraframe at Bass Pro a few years ago. It was a great EDC knife and a favorite for summer camping. I lost it abouf a year and a half ago and my wife bought me a new...
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    Sticky: Me out bunny hunting. ...

    Me out bunny hunting.

    http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o305/ShotgunT/bunny011.jpg
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    It's tough to keep weight down when travelling...

    It's tough to keep weight down when travelling with young kids. We've never taken our son on an overnight trip but we did go on one years ago with a friend who brought his 4 and 6 year old's with...
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    I'm a multi-tool guy but I do think they have...

    I'm a multi-tool guy but I do think they have their limits. As an everyday work tool they're not likely to last too long. Their inherent design is just not robust enough. I'm an electrician and I...
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    We camped with our son from about 7 months of age...

    We camped with our son from about 7 months of age but it was strictly "car camping". We never started taking him in a canoe until he was about 5 or 6. Simply too restless to get any kind of decent...
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    We're just outside of Huntsville. Got some great...

    We're just outside of Huntsville. Got some great hunting there. I took this deer off the property in 2009 and the moose in 2012.

    http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o305/ShotgunT/069.jpg
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    "The Shack"

    This is our little home away from everything. We own 100 acres of bush that starts about 200 yards off the road with nothing but bush, ponds and beaver meadows for miles in every other direction. I...
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    Internet is around $45 per month, satellite TV...

    Internet is around $45 per month, satellite TV just under $40 and home phone (VOIP) $4 per month.
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    I think that about sums it up. No shortage here...

    I think that about sums it up. No shortage here in Canada, never has been one. Stores seem to get their stock same as always we just don't have the panic hoarding up here so there's no trouble...
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    I have a buddy who makes them and even sells a...

    I have a buddy who makes them and even sells a few but as has been stated here there's really no money in it anymore. We have a surplus store in town that sells them for $4.95. They have all kinds of...
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    I have a single shot .22 that my dad got for his...

    I have a single shot .22 that my dad got for his 16th birthday in 1933. He taught my mom to shoot with it when they got married, I learned to shoot with it and so did my son.

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