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Wonderful collection you have Scott. Hopefully I will see it during an upcoming show?
Your site was THE only one where I actually saw my 800BT2 prototype Spring 1998 1/135. I wanted to ask you if your box has a handwritten NICH # on the side like mine does?
ps I bet you get these kinds of emails all the time!
Scott, here is an email address if your interested in selling a couple..email@example.com. All the Best!
Scott, Awesome collection and Thanks for sharing.... If your up to it, I'd be interested in purchasing a couple from you....I'm on the USN under Rich M if your willing to.....
Killer pics. Love the NM grind album the best.
Question: Are you familiar with the MSC BFF GG NM? I'm trying to track down the year(s) it was made. Any help is appreciated.
Hello Haveblue I have aquired your #17 heat treat Sng and myself and others at USN on the strider thread were looking for any info on the heat treat finish. Any info on it's history would be greatly appreciated.
Love your photos, Iam an avid Strider fan, collecting primarily NM and XL's. I am wondering about the Nitinol fixed blade shown in your gallery,back ground dsign etc, but even more so where to find one, if duane plans to produce them at any point. Incidentally, it was nice to see 008 tanto, I acquired it last summer. Regards, wetworker
Found your pictures well searching "Ted Yost photos". Great photos.
Your photos have reignited my passion for photography. Thank you!
Got my Ares-Wood yesterday. It's beautiful. It's a keeper. Thanks for your help.
Steve - Catonsville
Hey Scott!! WOW! really great pics of great knives. What photography-what fun-thanx for such a relaxing and fresh look to my pc monitor!! chase
That is a great collection that you have going there Scott. You've got a couple in there that I want to add to MY collection! :)
What a gorgeous collection of knives and guns you have! Thank you for sharing them. My favorites are the BM705's, ARES, and the 941's. Simply beautiful.
Best wishes, Jeff/1911.