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The Siblings Campbell received some very fine knives for Chrismas from our dad.
The knives are ATS 34 Stainless with Mesquite wood handles.
Made my Mackey Custom Knives of Blanket, TX.
Mine is the drop point, my siblings' blades are patterned off of the Puma White Hunter.
Left to right is, Sonya, Ryan, Robert and Krystal Campbell


http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f216/Hossfly/4knives.jpg


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Posts: 729 | Location: Central TX | Registered: 22 April 2005Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Ryan Campbell:
The Siblings Campbell received some very fine knives for Christmas from our dad.
The knives are ATS 34 Stainless with Mesquite wood handles.
Made my Mackey Custom Knives of Blanket, TX.
Mine is the drop point, my siblings' blades are patterned off of the Puma White Hunter.
Left to right is, Sonya, Ryan, Robert and Krystal Campbell


http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f216/Hossfly/4knives.jpg


The Hunt goes on forever, the season never ends.

I didn't learn this by reading about it or seeing it on TV. I learned it by doing it.
 
Posts: 729 | Location: Central TX | Registered: 22 April 2005Reply With Quote
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Will your sisters get much use out of their knives?


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Posts: 1107 | Location: Houston Texas | Registered: 06 March 2005Reply With Quote
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Nice knives, and a cool picture.



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Posts: 955 | Location: Houston, Texas, USA | Registered: 13 February 2002Reply With Quote
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I'm not familiar with Mackey but it's a fine choice of materials and big enough for those Texas sized boars !!
 
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Will my sisters get much use of the knives?.....
Well, my youngest sister, that would be Krystal on the right, is 18 and has killed several hogs with a knife. Sonya, on the left, is more apt to use it on somebody rather than a hog....she's sharper, colder and will cut you way faster than any knife.


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Posts: 729 | Location: Central TX | Registered: 22 April 2005Reply With Quote
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Way cool picture.

How about a close ups of the knives?

Cheers,

André


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Posts: 2293 | Location: The Kingdom of Denmark | Registered: 13 January 2004Reply With Quote
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Jeffery,
Sorry it took so long but here you go.
http://photobucket.com/albums/f216/Hossfly/knives/

Also, the contact info for the knife maker if anyone is interested is:
Mackey Custom Knives & leather accessories
6100 FM 1467 N
Blanket, TX. 76432
(325) 748-3321
(325) 647-5638
The owners are Randel and Kaye Mackey.


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