thank you sir!
Newt- Do you guys have plenty of the "King George" 200 year old white oak that came out of Lake superior available? Could be a good option on my next order! Oh- can you share any photos of the finished white oak?
Per the article, I think Tim S. enjoyed the F-trade knife more than his cheese & sausage....made me hungry to cut some up with my MK!
Also, the African Padauk is my choice for wood scales, but a 2nd runner up would be Bloodwood...both very similar in color/look.
I've got an amigo in Texas, Mr. Martin, who makes these fine Frontier Knives. He is a humble man (Ed) and doesn't push very hard to convince anybody of anything where his knives are concerned. He just lets them speak for themselves and the chips fall where they may.
So, after looking around a couple of years ago, I found out that I liked Martin Knives, and started picking up a few here and there. So, as soon as I saw all of those Ed Specials in one collectible set, I knew I had to have them. I didn't ask questions. Didn't need to. When Ed Martin tells me that every one of them is as good as he can make them, that makes them the VERY best that he has ever made up to this day in my book! Thank You, Ed.
Congrats!!! I enjoy reading Tactical Knives.
glad you made it over here bro. make sure you go over to TESTING THE WATERS and start an introduction thread, so everyone here can say "howdy". i'll let Dad know your over here now.
Kdog- totally agree! Ed and MK family make knives...that's what they do...nothing else!
I saw the article too, I gotta get one of these.
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