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two4hooking

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Caught ya!  No, not a bow [rofl]

Anyway, his new Harness leather BQ is super nice.  Love the grain pattern and the finish on it resists cracking more than the bridle leather ones.

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and I wasn't expecting what was in the string pouch!

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Simplistic quality snappy folder.   Going to be my new field dresser of choice!

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Nice additions Greg!
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Great stuff there, Greg.  Good for you.
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Man nice stuff

 Christmas got there early

love the color of that quiver


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Nice quiver and surprise.  Those Victorinox blades can be sharpened to scalpel sharpness.  Good luck with yours.  Frank
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Very nice! That personalized SAK compliments the quiver. Have fun with both!
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Great real nice . 🏹👍
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Looks just perfect Greg! Love that color.

Are these about the same as far as flexibility as the bridle leather ones?
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Thats classy!!!
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Very nice there Greg


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Yes. Feel is identical to the bridle ones
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I lke them the more older and used they get
 just function so much better
 

Have an old Schulz one  form the 80's and it is so broken in and like a old pair of boots or jeans

Still working on my newer one from Nate to get it to that point
 but comming along nicely


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Yes. Feel is identical to the bridle ones
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Greg, I have two. One with bridle and one with the harness leather and both made by Nate. I must agree I can’t feel any difference.

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Beautiful quiver. The knife is a nice touch.
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Nice! I like the color on your new quiver. Like Swiss Army knives too and have carried one for years. Got hooked on the ones with lock blades a few years ago and compared to the old models they are in my opinion equal to the task of dressing game and doing camp chores. Great idea!

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