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    Username Post: My Martin MCEII        (Topic#821941)
    Outdoorsman1891
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    05-11-08 11:16.15 - Post#1520724    









    I just got my Martin MCEII a couple of weeks ago. I couldn't wait to get it. It is a very strong and impressive knife.

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    deathtakeslast
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    05-11-08 12:21.22 - Post#1520762    


        In response to Outdoorsman1891

    WOW that looks awesome
    "The times when you have
    seen only one set of footprints in the sand,
    is when I carried you."



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    HMartin
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    05-12-08 02:30.20 - Post#1521068    


        In response to deathtakeslast

    Glad you like it! Let us know how it performs for you. And don't forget, we always need pics of our knives in action. So if you get any, send them our way.

    Hank Martin
    www.martinknives.com


     
    deathtakeslast
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    05-12-08 05:34.31 - Post#1521199    


        In response to HMartin

    Im looking forward to hearing more.
    "The times when you have
    seen only one set of footprints in the sand,
    is when I carried you."



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    Outdoorsman1891
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    05-12-08 08:50.29 - Post#1521329    


        In response to HMartin

    Hank,

    As soon as I get it into the backwoods I will send you some photos. Since i have recieved my knife I haven't been able to put it down. My wife thought I was crazy when I took it outside and cut a limb off of the tree in the front yard. It was about two and a half inches in diameter and the saw cut right through it. I was also wondering after I am done using it would it be possible to send it to you guys and have it refinished.
    Thanks for a great knife,
    Andy
     
    HMartin
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    05-12-08 09:54.13 - Post#1521383    


        In response to Outdoorsman1891

    Glad to hear the sawteeth work so well. Lots of folks always wonder about how well sawteeth on the back of knife will perform. I think you have answered that one. No problem to refinish. Enjoy getting it dirty!

    Hank
    www.martinknives.com


     
    deathtakeslast
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    05-16-08 10:30.22 - Post#1525773    


        In response to HMartin

    can we see a pic in hand
    "The times when you have
    seen only one set of footprints in the sand,
    is when I carried you."



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    Outdoorsman1891
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    05-18-08 09:06.56 - Post#1527010    


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    Sure, here are a couple I took in the house. They are kind of dark, but i'm not much of a photographer either. Hope you enjoy them.

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    deathtakeslast
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    05-18-08 13:13.31 - Post#1527124    


        In response to Outdoorsman1891

    thanks
    "The times when you have
    seen only one set of footprints in the sand,
    is when I carried you."



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    Outdoorsman1891
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    05-20-08 12:27.07 - Post#1528659    


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    Deathtakeslast,

    Here is a saw cut that i made into a piece of wood. The saw cut half way trough guessing about 40 seconds. It was about two and a half inches in diameter. It works very well. I hope you like the photos.

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