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THANKS!

We wanted to send out sincere thanks for all of you folks that stopped by to see our displays and have a chat with our crew.

We also had the opportunity to meet Nick Fury in person for the first time. Although time was limited he talked and demonstrated his own “Bushcrafter Kukuri 7.0” design and his sharpening technique to dozens of folks. Nick was one very interesting fellow to talk to, with a wide variety of real field experiences in many parts of the world.

Many other folks stopped by to say hi, Karen Hood (Hood’s Woods and Survival Quarterly Mag.), she was there for the launching of her new project with CRKT.

 

Joe Teti (Dual Survival) and his lovely lady Marsha, drove down to the show to say hi to their many friends. He looked happy, and in good shape and ready to take on his next big challenge.

Joe Flowers (Shangoman) was there to announce his new project (Bushcraft Global). Adventures in HI FI! Joe never stops for a moment, creative, talented super enthusiastic.

Steven Dick (editor Tactical Knives) was there for the introduction of his “Frog Market Special” Knife, (this is a story right out of Hanoi, Vietnam).

Our old and true friend (photographer, writer, hunter, adventurer), Terrill Hoffman, visited with his all time great smile, (one of nature’s true gentlemen), you got to love this guy, always ready to help.

Reuben Bolieu (adventure writer, knife designer, all around good guy) stopped by to tell us about his upcoming adventures and talk about his C.U.B. Knife. We all love to see this guys work, always in progress.

Josh Swanagon (multi-faceted guy, writer, designer, works with Karen Hood on Survival Quarterly. He was proudly showing his “Backwoods Skinner.”

 

Brian Griffin (TIBO-man) took lots of pictures and chatted to his fans. This guy really knows his stuff… and a gentle giant.

E.J. “Skullcrusher” Snyder from (Naked and Afraid) stopped by to say hello (we didn’t recognize him with his clothes on), note he is just the same in person as on T.V.

The famous Chris Reeves (Chris Reeves Knives) stopped to say hello.

William Eggbert had his new “Vulture Knives” on display real close to our tables.

Oliver and Keith of Slysteel were setup at the show making lots of new friends, showing their new “Sharktooth line”

Yes, we did miss many other visitors to our display, so if we missed you, please let us know.

We here at TOPS KNIVES were very pleased with the abundantly positive results from our display and interaction at the Blade Show in Atlanta.

Our crew came back happy, exhausted and we all had sore feet.

We most definitely appreciate your support.

Take care and God bless you all!

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