9" Astor/Kris

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JulesVane
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9" Astor/Kris

Post by JulesVane »

Well...last knife to post for 2020...Happy New Year Everyone!

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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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That’s a stunner ! Congratulations Chris
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Beautiful knife and great pictures.
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JulesVane
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Thank you Mike and Allen!
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Woah.

I never really thought about wanting an example of this stamp... but I do now!

Happy new years, Chris!
Knee-deep in the hoopla...
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JulesVane
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Luke_of_Mass wrote: Fri Jan 01, 2021 4:22 pm Woah.

I never really thought about wanting an example of this stamp... but I do now!

Happy new years, Chris!
😂 Thank you so much Luke, and a Very Happy New Year to you and yours. I hope everyone is having a great first day of 2021!
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rock-n-roll$$$$$$
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Chris,that is just a killer,I love it,a very Happy New Year to you and yours.
sammy the blade
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Freezing rain here, sucky day in Indiana.
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whippersnapper
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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A beauty!
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thom
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Another nice knife JV. I’m really liking the light horn lately.
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Along with all of the other attractive attributes, I also like the "cold weather button" - - - that's what I call deployment buttons that
sit up high, because they remind me of how cold weather will make...... uh...... well, perhaps I better not finish that sentence......
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Nicely done Chris. Real beauty. Just a curious question... do u know how many different stamps u have? Seems like u have a different stamp every time u post a knife.
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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Chris - that is as nice as they come, great photos as well.

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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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That is GORGEOUS! A classic Italian beauty.
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Re: 9" Astor/Kris

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I know it's a small detail but I think the red dots make knives look a bit classier.
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