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Notcho

Where to find an heirloom quality spear?

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Anyone know who makes really good "heirloom quality" spears?

The only ones I seem to find are the run of the mill production ones. I have been borrowing my buddies spear that was handmade for him and I want my own but I can't seem to find a nice one.

When I ask other guys where they got theirs the say "from my grandpa" or from "old man Johnson... but he passed away years ago"!

Any help is appreciated.

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Notcho, Try Fabeck spears from Melrose MN., 320-256-5623, He is building the Jeremy Kraemer spear,you might get a 9 tine for next year if you contact now, . These spears will be the next Dillo, or Louis, or Pimple spears when your kids are grown up, believe me!!. If you have any questions , get back to me. Dark house Mike

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There's a guy that lives outside Plato, MN (assume he's still there) I bought my saw from. (SW Saw's maybe is the name of his company??). His fist name is Harlan I believe. He makes the most beautiful spear I have ever seen or touched. They truly are masterpieces. They are also $250, but from what I saw when picking up my saw, they would be well worth it. Unbelievable quality. I will get his info off my saw case this weekend and post it.

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Thanks for the feedback!

I spoke with Michael Fabeck (very nice on the phone) today and I am still waiting for a callback from the double diamond guy on price and availability.

My buddy has a Pimpl spear that I used and I am trying to get the same quality.

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checked out the double diamond the other day they start at about $300 and go up to $800 they look very nice. The wife said cant spend that much this year on a spear. But she my never know how much i spent.

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Google search STOWAH online these are a high quality budget laser cut spear made in USA. prices start at $58 up to $66

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