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    Got a Puma Hunters Pal 2 for Christmas, hope Santa was good to everyone.

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    I have this beauty under the tree.

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    My sharp stuff that I got from my wife for Christmas from Aldo Bruno. When you get a LONG box like that, you a knife/razor maker gets excited! Lots of O-1 steel for me to stay busy & out of her hair!

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    My oversized holiday sock contained a tub of Cella, two sticks of Arko, and a gift certificate to Georgetown Pottery. I'm still expecting a Scotch from Islay, perhaps when we visit family tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter74743 View Post
    My sharp stuff that I got from my wife for Christmas from Aldo Bruno. When you get a LONG box like that, you a knife/razor maker gets excited! Lots of O-1 steel for me to stay busy & out of her hair!

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    Not only was there O-1, there was some 15N20 & 1095! I guess I need to try my hand at damascus now! I've also read it's a pretty good blade steel too...
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    Gransfors Bruks splitting axe! I knew I was good this year.
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    They make a fine axe, I have one as well as one from Wetterlings. Take care of it and it will take care of you
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    Quote Originally Posted by biskitzngravy View Post
    Gransfors Bruks splitting axe! I knew I was good this year.
    You should check out the ax thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter74743 View Post
    They make a fine axe, I have one as well as one from Wetterlings. Take care of it and it will take care of you
    Looking to pick up a John Neeman one day. Have a couple Wetterlings and Gransfors in the lineup already but the splitting axe gets the work done quite a bit faster than a maul and wedges. I spend an hour about every other day splitting the Hickory to keep the fireplace running during these cold winter snaps...even here in the SOUTH!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mud13s View Post
    Got a Puma Hunters Pal 2 for Christmas, hope Santa was good to everyone.

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    Wow! What a beauty. You were on the 'good list'. Well at least one of us was. hahahaha
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