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Whenever I could get away from my tables I ran around taking pictures at the Boise Knife Show last weekend.
It was a lot of fun with really good knife makers and really cool knives. For those of you who were at the show that I missed, my apologies.


Raymond Richard



Rocco



Bruce Bump



Some of Brett's Ivory


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These are the knives that were entered for judging.








 

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The award winners. You might recognize a few of these guys.











 

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I was really tempted to add some text balloons with the people in the photos saying funny stuff but I used some self discipline for once. It wasn't easy.
 

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Nice, looks like a good time. I am definately going to have to make it up next year.
 

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Lot's of cowboys out there ;) Thanks for the pics,

Stefan
 

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Do you have bretts website where he sells all of that beautiful ivory?
 

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Do you have bretts website where he sells all of that beautiful ivory?
In the interest of those of us who are impulse-control-impaired, I hope you don't ;)

Stefan
 

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Lot's of cowboys out there ;) Thanks for the pics,

Stefan
It's because we were in Idaho. You know, when in Rome.......
If the show was in Hawaii we would have been wearing Hawaiian shirts hoping to get leighed.

My next Oregon Show I will be wearing tie dye and twist my hair into dreads.

Do you have bretts website where he sells all of that beautiful ivory?
Brett doesn't have a website. Most of his Ivory goes to his regular customers and then he goes to the shows sometimes.
We met Brett at my first knife show and have been friends ever since. Every show he has a special piece set aside for my wife.
Last year was a piece of oosic, should have seen the look on her face when I told her it was a walrus weiner.
This year was an Eskimo artifact fire starter.
 

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I see now what they say about the Badger show.

I recognize Devin and I think Burke's knife but the dude holding it doesn't look like who I thought it should look like.
Who's the proffesor looking dude with the kitchen knives?
 

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It seems facial hair was a requirement for vendors.
 

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I see now what they say about the Badger show.

I recognize Devin and I think Burke's knife but the dude holding it doesn't look like who I thought it should look like.
Who's the proffesor looking dude with the kitchen knives?
Yep, that's Bill.

Other than Devin and Bill, who were the other winners in the competition?
 

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Yep, that's Bill.

Other than Devin and Bill, who were the other winners in the competition?
This photo is MS Bruce Bump with his folding Bowie/36 caliber pistol.



This is John Doyle. He won in a couple categories. He was best new maker last year.


This is Mike Quesenberry. Makes great damascus. Known for his Bowies and integrals.


This is user name Quilbilly on Blade Forums. I forget his real name. He won Best New Maker and Best Art knife.


And..... it was no surprise when these 2 characters won the kitchen knife categories.


 
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