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I gotta say a HUGE thank you to my good friend stringslap (Steve) out of the blue he sent me a heads up that there was a package on its way to me as a gift. He sent an amazing rough rider (whittler) pocket knife with T10 carbon steel blades, HTH pouches which I've been wanting to try for a while now. He also sent a sweet 3D printed conus and some nice brass hardware that I have a metro grade frame just waiting for.

I really appreciate this buddy, your far to kind. I'll be sure to make it up to you. Light Automotive lighting Lighting Wood Saw
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Glad you like what I sent! It's my pleasure. And you've already done enough! Now, if anybody starts to get close to my 9 frames from you, then you gotta send me something to keep me in the lead!
Considering I don't even have close to 9 frames from me I think your safely in the lead lol. But I'll keep you ahead of the pack don't worry:)
 

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Glad you like what I sent! It's my pleasure. And you've already done enough! Now, if anybody starts to get close to my 9 frames from you, then you gotta send me something to keep me in the lead!
Considering I don't even have close to 9 frames from me I think your safely in the lead lol. But I'll keep you ahead of the pack don't worry:)
You may not have 9 of your own, but I bet your collection of other frames would bust the sides of a shoe box!
 

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Nice,,diggin that little whittler too,
It's a Rough Rider swayback whittler. It's a split back design, so each small blade has it's own backspring, which are configured into a wedge and the main blade shares both. That gives it a super strong lockup to help keep it from accidentally closing on your fingers while carving/whittling.
 
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