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    Default Terry Kidd woodie clone with bushtool handle


    I bought this a while ago on here but Iíve decided to pass it on as a mora is more than good enough for the sorts of activities I do, which is generally cutting the odd packet of bacon


    Itís made by Terry Kidd a member on here and BB, keeps a good edge has a nice burr handle (although I donít know which wood) Iíve added a lanyard with a brass fitting. The Sheath is well made and has the odd mark on it but is in good condition.

    Itís a nice blade and sturdy as they come.

    Specs:
    Blade length 110mm
    Handle length - 116mm
    Blade thickness - 3mm
    £80 posted, Over 18ís only please, Payment by paypal as gift please.










    Any questions drop me a pm
    ATB

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    I do like that.

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    i can highly recommend Terry's work ! ( i have a few ! )

    a bargain here chaps

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    Cheers guys

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    Is this still for sale ? PM'ed you.

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    i did search and cant find the answer
    what is/does it mean a woodie clone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnythefox View Post
    i did search and cant find the answer
    what is/does it mean a woodie clone?
    It refers to a copy of Ray Mears knife or the blade shape only.

    Woodie = Woodlore, his business.
    For a' that, an a' that,
    It's comin' yet for a that,
    That man tae man the world o'er
    Shall brithers be for a' that. R.B. 1759-96

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnythefox View Post
    i did search and cant find the answer
    what is/does it mean a woodie clone?
    As in the specific Shape.

    So there is a visual difference between knife styles , as an example the Bush tool

    http://www.skookumbushtool.com/

    HTH

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    Terry's work is terrific. I'd have grabbed this if I didn't have so many sharps...
    Stunning handle on this. Shame my skookum wasn't handled with that. Gorgeous...

    Good luck with the sale and have a shameless bump on me!..

    ATB
    Simon

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    thanks i see what you mean,but i am sure this style existed before RM came around.

    like it a lot and the lanyard but i must resist.

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