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In the stages of getting gifts for the groomsmen in my wedding. Was thinkimg some handmade knives from one of the Michigan companies like Rapid River. Anybody have any other ideas? Or know of any other quality knife companies in Michigan?
 

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Are all of your groomsmen outdoorsman? You can always use another knife!
 

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I got my groomsmen a glass mug with their name etched in it and a deer head etched in it as well as my wedding date.

It didn't cost me much and it was very well used by the guys the night of the wedding.

WHen I was a groomsman the groom got all of us a simple folding locking pocket knife from TSC.
 

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Took my guys on a salmon charter out of ludington. Wedding in July charter in August.


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Congratulations!:D

I've got knives out the wazoo but would love to get a Rapid River knife!
You must think an awful lot of them to consider spending that kind of dough! All the best!

Oldun
 

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Yea they aren't all outdoorsmen. But I figure any self respecting man with a pair always likes a good knife.
 

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Yea they aren't all outdoorsmen. But I figure any self respecting man with a pair always likes a good knife.
Very well said!

Oldun
 

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I got mine the biggest 6D Maglite with their names laser etched on the handle.
Exactly what I did - 15 yrs later they still like them! Not etched though.
 

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I think what groomsmen really want is bridesmaids.:lol:
 

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I got mine Victorinox Swiss Army pocket knives with their names etches on the main blade.

I think knives are winning in this contest.
 

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If you, and your groomsmen like to enjoy a libation from time to time, a nice flask makes a good groomsman's gift. I've got a ton of nice knives - and just bought another @ Ebay recently. It is tough to say, "no," to a good knife. I was finally able to break my fascination with flashlights. I may have 25 with all the headlamps I have purchased.
 

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I've received the etched beer mug as a gift and did use it the night of the wedding but not much since. I did however get my groomsmen Marble knives 15 yrs ago as their wedding gifts and most still use them to this day.
 

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Mine each got hunting knives and a glass mug with their name. Also black socks, so they didnt forget.
 
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