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    Tribal Elder shepherd's Avatar
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    Knife from Mick91

    I recently bought a knife from Natural Bushcraft member Mick91.. i saw his work on here and really liked his style and as i fancied a new small neck knife to have as a back up to my sheath knife i got in touch with him..

    The knife mick produced for me is an absolute cracker, i LOVE it..

    Mick is an absolute gent and a pleasure to deal with, he kept me up to date with every aspect of the knife build with photos..

    i had lots of options on the look of the knife and material used.. i was MADE UP that he found me a beautiful spalted birch for the scales and mosaic pins were a nice touch also.. as was the brass bolster.

    Mick's knives are very well made, and are a VERY well priced.. on receiving the package i got my little neck knife, leather sheath, oil, 3 different grits water stones, antler handled fire steel, and a leather strop - backed with the same spalted birch as was used on the scales (lovely touch). i also got a original knife drawings and a care sheet - brilliant service.

    the knife performs like a little scalpel. i have used it strictly as my back up knife thus havnt given it much hammer but it has been used for food bag opening at work (hundreds!) feather sticks for lighitng my log burner, iv made some tent pegs with it but the main thing it has excelled at is skinning and gutting rabbits - which its done plenty of! its a wonderful size of skinning. its a beauty of a tool. i love it.

    i wouldnt hesitate recommending mick and i will be using again in the future for knives for both myself and gifts for others..

    cheers again mate.

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    Glad you're pleased with it Matt hope it serves you well!

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    its awesome bud, couldnt be happier with it.. its just so pretty!!

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    Mine is currently on order with Mick....can't wait to get my hands on it!

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    @ ashmantle - spot on bud

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    Another great knife from Mick

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    Cheers chaps! My patterns still need names, naming contest coming methinks!

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    I can suggest a few..

    bang some pics on and we will get on it!!!!



    I wish life would stop getting in the way , so I can order one of these beauties...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mick91 View Post
    Cheers chaps! My patterns still need names, naming contest coming methinks!
    the one i have has to have a skinning related name.. its perfect for the job!

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    I was suprised how small it is when I saw it in your hand :-)
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    Defeat is an absolute consequense for the one that have neglected to do the necessary preparations - bad luck we call it
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