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Fiddleback Friday LIVE SHOW! on May 18, 2018
Fiddleback Friday LIVE SHOW! on May 18, 2018

by Robert Gilbert May 18, 2018

Andy & Robert talked about this Friday's offering as they went live on the site, then talked about the Upcoming Blade Show

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Fiddleback Friday 5/18/18 Preview
Fiddleback Friday 5/18/18 Preview

by Robert Gilbert May 18, 2018

Here's the preview for the knives posting on May 18, 2018 for Fiddleback Friday!

Models include the Babyboot, Gnome, Sgian Dubh, Sylvrfalcen, Hiking Buddy, EDC II, Handyman, Bear Cub, Bushcraft Tasker, Scorpion, Chief, & Terrasaur!

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Fiddleback Friday 5/11/18 Preview
Fiddleback Friday 5/11/18 Preview

by Robert Gilbert May 11, 2018

Here's the preview for the knives posting on May 11, 2018 for Fiddleback Friday!

Models include the Bow Legged Joe, Bushcraft Karda, Hiking Buddy, Duke, Nessmuk, Bear Cub, Pocket Kephart, Patch, Elf, Bushcraft Tasker, Buschrafter, & Camp Muk!

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Fiddleback Friday Preview - 05/04/18
Fiddleback Friday Preview - 05/04/18

by Robert Gilbert May 04, 2018

This the preview for the knives posting on May 4, 2018 for Fiddleback Friday!

Models include the Bushnub, EDC II, Monarch, Asp, Bushboot, Gnome, ED Karda,  Babyboot, Bushcraft Tasker, Recluse, Camp Muk, & the Garrote.

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Common-sense 1911 Pistol Upgrades
Common-sense 1911 Pistol Upgrades

by Kevin Estela May 15, 2018

Much like a Fiddleback Forge Knife can be appreciated for its beauty, so can a nicely finished 1911. Both Andy’s knives and modern 1911s blend classic styling and modern touches into a very functional tool. For those who like to match their Fiddleback Forge Knives with custom ferro rods, you can add another factor into your coordination game with a properly customized 1911. When you have so many options to upgrade your 1911, remember the advice of this blog and think logically to create a truly personalized piece of American firearms history.

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Start-Up Guide: How to Write About Bushcraft and Survival
Start-Up Guide: How to Write About Bushcraft and Survival

by Kevin Estela April 24, 2018

I love sharing my passions with those who want to learn to do what I do. In response to some recent questions on “how do I become a writer?” here are some hints you might find helpful. 

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What's That About?
What's That About?

by Brian Griffin April 22, 2018

He noticed “the little wooden-handled knife I was wearing for a necklace” as he put it, and asked about it. It is a Fiddleback Forge Esquire with an Osage handle that I have carried daily for a couple of years now. I also showed him a larger one I had with me that day, my Woodsman, and told him who had made them. To which he said, “so you prefer handmade knives over store-bought knives now? What's that about?"

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The Spirit of Otzi Lives On
The Spirit of Otzi Lives On

by Brian Griffin March 30, 2018

Today, roughly 5,300 years later, many innovations in tool making technology and metallurgy have come along, and thankfully so. Those advancements have allowed for many improvements in tool design. Yet with the vastly improved equipment, not all that much has changed in the way of real world needs or how they are accessed. We still venture out into a big uncertain world, and we still prepare for our adventures according to our knowledge of this world and our anticipated needs.

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