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Posted 22 June 2007 - 02:05 AM
Posted 22 June 2007 - 02:55 AM
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Posted 22 June 2007 - 03:42 AM
I did a "search" before I wrote this thread, but "no dice". Does anyone have, use, or own one of these knives? Are they worth the price? Or should I look else where? I know Mary sells them, but I didn't want to put her on the spot. What do you guys think? Mike:shrug:
Here is the official site for ROS arms Knives:
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Posted 22 June 2007 - 03:54 AM
“A brave heart is a powerful weapon.”
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Posted 22 June 2007 - 05:21 AM
Sorry I missed this thread earlier!
I had my first "hands on" experiance at the Blade show working with CW at the ROS Arms table. Prior to that, I was like anyone else who has not actually purchased a ROS Arms knife. I only had other people's reviews, pics, and word of mouth to rely and make my initial judgement on.
After being able to play with them all for 3 days (lucky me I know!! ) I can honestly not say enough good things about these knives. Not only are they just plain beautiful, but there is such craftmanship and history that is put into each model that it is hard to pick one up and NOT to fall in love with them. John knows everything inside and out with each model. For me, learning and listening to him talk about them was half the fun.
The smaller models weigh next to nothing and almost every person who stopped by the table and handled one remarked on that. One of the things that I really liked was the overall look that the stacked leather handles give to the bigger models. The Taiga was one of my favorites on the larger end.
There is a link to the eBay store CulturalWoodsmans/John and I have that you can click on in either of our sig lines so you can check out a few we have right now and the prices.
John is sorting out some additional inventory we got in right now and it will be added to www.tmadventuregear.com over the weekend. That site will be where we will be featuring ROS Arms and Tops Knives as two of our core brands that we will be stocking inventory across the board in. And of course we will have a bunch of other cool stuff for you as well. Flashlights, tools, knives of course, and hopefully in the near future we'll be able to offer a few items exclusive to T+M Adventure Gear only.
The site is fully functional so feel free to browse, we are just changing a few minor things and busy adding product which is why we haven't made an "official" announcement yet. The About Us page is good reading!!
And as always, please pm or email CW or I with any questions.
Also, I am sure it's been mentioned but there is a now a ROS Arms forum in the Manufacturers section of Blade Forums. So that is also another great resource for pictures and reviews in addition to anything posted here.
Posted 22 June 2007 - 02:15 PM
Then have great handles on them, hollow ground, the steel is stainless and performance wise I think it performs about like 420.
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Posted 22 June 2007 - 04:52 PM
Posted 22 June 2007 - 07:02 PM
http://stores.ebay.c...ery-and-Outdoor Will beat or match any written prices!
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