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#11890458 - 03/11/17 Phil Wilson Knife
Lawdwaz Offline
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I'm darn near speechless. I've had my eyes on a Phil Wilson knife for some time now and finally the stars aligned!

This is one of his Bird & Trout knives; CPM154 steel and stabilized fidleback maple handle. 3 5/8" blade with kydex sheath. It'll be worker for sure......

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#11890767 - 03/11/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
ATROX Offline
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Loc: Lowcountry SC
Man that's really cool. I love his knives

#11890895 - 03/11/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
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I bet it's a cutting machine! Is that a belt sheath?
"Doing the right thing isn't always easy, but it's always RIGHT!"

#11891148 - 03/11/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
Lawdwaz Offline
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No belt loop attachment. He said he doesn't put them on anymore, most guys don't want them. I'm glad it's not there.......

#11891318 - 03/11/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
TNrifleman Offline
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Well crafted and practical. I like it!

#11891586 - 03/11/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
Sakohunter264 Offline
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Registered: 04/05/13
Posts: 1956
Loc: Katy, Texas
I need to tell you that I've skinned a moose, one elk and a mule deer before mine needed sharpening. Please DONT cut yourself with that knife. You will be hauling yourself to the emergency room, guaranteed.

Edited by Sakohunter264 (03/11/17)

#11985860 - 04/20/17 Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
Journeyman Offline
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Registered: 11/18/03
Posts: 1779
I've been out of the country behind a Company firewall or would have commented IMMEDIATELY on this.

All I can say is that I'm saddened that more posters here that I thought were knife savvy haven't recognized how special this knife is.

Maybe one has to have used one of Phil's knives to understand...?

Anyway...CONGRATS on a knife from a maker with performance upon what the "popular" posters can't even IMAGINE, and from one whom Rick Menefee calls "one of the best makers on the planet."

My knives from Phil have done more critters, in shorter time, than ALL of the knives put togeter from some of the most prolific poseurs here.

Looking forward to some "working" pics and the braggadocio that comes with owing such a treasure...again "CONGRATS", and WELL DONE!!!

#11986543 - Yesterday at 04:36 AM Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
mtnman1 Offline
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Phil's steel is second to none. His heat treat methods are something all others strive to duplicate. Rick and I have spent hours discussing Phil's work. Knives are about cutting and that's what Phil's knives do.
Check out my new website

#11986556 - Yesterday at 04:45 AM Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
CrowRifle Offline
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Registered: 05/28/04
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Loc: The Piedmont of NC
Lord that is nice!

#11987281 - Yesterday at 11:51 AM Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
troutfisher13111 Offline
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Registered: 09/29/14
Posts: 844
Loc: Upstate NY
Very nice! Maybe someday my stars will align.

#11987418 - Yesterday at 01:08 PM Re: Phil Wilson Knife [Re: Lawdwaz]
Mannlicher Offline
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Registered: 11/08/03
Posts: 55311
Loc: N. Central Florida, and Miami
one fellow I hunt with has a drop point by Phil. It is an amazing knife.
This one is beautiful, and sure gives you bragging rights.


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