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Originally posted by Appliance Brad:
Nice variety on the grinds. I grabbed mine when Rick had a run of them in a flash sale. It lives in my Mobile Medical Team deployment bag. I volunteer for a team that can have a 70 bed hospital set up in about 18 hours from call out. We are told to be prepared to be self sufficient for 72 hours until they can get stuff set up for us. Rick's tools are made to be used and my Flashpoint is the perfect blade for that bag.


Very cool. I use mine as a neck knife while hiking and skiing. It’s so small & light you forget it’s there until you need it.

I just snagged the one with black scales a few weeks ago. Apparently Rick bead blasted it through window screen to get that grid pattern.


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Posts: 1416 | Location: Colorado | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Shreve, Ohio is between Millersburg and Wooster.
In & around Amish country.
I’ll have to swing by their location & have a look next month when we begin the motorhome season once again .
I watched his history/ story and realized they’re an hour away from me.
But I’ve been occupied with my Spyderco knives and nowhere near their price point.
But it’s always fun to look.




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Posts: 6265 | Location: Central,Ohio | Registered: December 28, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Shreve, Ohio is between Millersburg and Wooster.
In & around Amish country.
I’ll have to swing by their location & have a look next month when we begin the motorhome season once again .
I watched his history/ story and realized they’re an hour away from me.
But I’ve been occupied with my Spyderco knives and nowhere near their price point.
But it’s always fun to look.


I think his leather goods are made by Amish folks.


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Posts: 1416 | Location: Colorado | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That would not surprise me.
There are so many amazing craftsmen in that area.
It was a knife maker at Sugarcreek Forge (uncle Jesse) that took time out to answer questions & walk me through his propane forge set ups & talk anvils a few years ago.
Love living in this area.




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