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J-Kno

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About J-Kno

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  1. My flies went out today, should see them Thursday. These ae the first flies I've tied since rotator cuff surgery in Dec... I was a little sore so took a couple sessions... new stretching seemed to help.
  2. I've always gone in to mail them out. I would have never known! Thanks for posting.
  3. I made a couple of them and mod'd the most promising. I was looking for one that fit the Sig 365 as I have an 80 y/o friend that couldn't get the last round in by hand. Just so happens it fits the CZ75s perfectly too! The 3DP has been on my desk for a year and a half.. . I've slowed down a bit but have made a ton of tool racks, power supply covers, ar stands and other things for RC car racing. Thingiverse and TinkerCAD have been fun!
  4. Bought a 3DP for my kid... He's used it 3-4 times... I'm plowing through filament... lol
  5. This was a great swap! Loved the flies guys!
  6. Tracking says mine will be here on Saturday, looking forward to everyone's flies for this swap.
  7. One thing working with youth and women, not the "Tactical Timmys" (iM a MaN aNd AlReAdY kNoW hOw To ShOoT) I encourage a lot of dry fire with a nickel or two on the slide through the trigger "press"... I use the word 'press" not "squeeze" to help avert the milking... Squeeze inevitably leads to the whole hand/grip movement. YMMV
  8. That's simply elegant! Single wraps are INCREDIBLE!
  9. I do a version of his Rojo midge that has slayed on lakes! I'm just above Ft Collins
  10. Greg is great! If you want to learn to tie consistent flies, Greg is your guy... counting every wrap!
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