Now to some exciting news.  For those of you that have just started the journey here with us, a tiny bit of background on our next custom being offered in our monthly contest/giveaway.

Don Carter Forge very rarely sells a knife.  It is a hobby he enjoys almost as much as giving a knife to a friend or a young person.  The past few years have been quite an adventure for me, watching him learn to take a small piece of tool steel and make it into a hand forged knife.  I always try to find something special as our Christmas giveaway and this year Don Carter has agreed to give away a knife made just for iKC.

As the 12th of December gets closer, watch here for the details and how you can be the owner of this knife, just by being online

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Day 7: posted photos and a description in "Show Us a Buck Knife Photo" in the "Buck Knives Group". It is photos of my newly obtained Buck #322 Congress in Yellow Sawcut Delrin, (rare, rare, rare).

Day 7 - Posted pics of a trio of Christmas Case XX Hawkbill/Pruners  in Fred Feightner's  Group Case Fans

Day 8...Shared with Facebook friends. Sorry for the day miscount..I got excited.


There were 13 days of the contest and only 12 days of posting is required!!  I have to be realistic, even I miss a day every now and then
Andy Larrison said:

I dozed off and forgot to post the other day.  Good luck to all!  Have a Merry Christmas everyone! ! !

Shared on FB and posted in Mini knife making and collecting. 

its day 6, how are you up to 8 already? Im close to the rip vanwinkle bridge but I dont think i slept that long. 

Day 7 brother. though I'm sure we would all like an extra day. First day was the 12th, so today is day 7.

Michael Squier said:

its day 6, how are you up to 8 already? Im close to the rip vanwinkle bridge but I dont think i slept that long. 

Day 8: Replied to a comment on the "Show Us Your Glocks" discussion.

Monday, 12/19/16: posted in the Case fans group under Case memorabilia.

I'm headed over to the Survival group to share a "Diver's Knife" which I found at a yardsale this past summer.

More group chats. Aside from some of us socializing more, I think we're sharing a lot of good information as well - for my part, specifically related to tools and bone for scales!

And some of us are getting a bit too excited and speeding up the days in the countdown! :-)

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