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Gus you never disappoint, thanks for sharing!;):)
I’m right there with you, a run with a little larger handle and a 4” blade with a lanyard hole would really float my boat. Nice to see you back...
Did you ever get a final weight on that beast? Lucky new owner:p:)
Hopefully a couple of successful projects doesn’t reflect in your prices, really am liking the thin ABEL blades. Your grind work is really...
Another great looker, I’m sure it cuts well being that thin.;):)
I’d say drop the G10, the coconut and sculptured are a different winners.
Or apple on the head of the guy that screwed up?:eek:
You sure are lucky to get a maker to take on a project like this. Please post some pictures of the finished product and your impressions of...
David those look wicked, have you figured out a sheath for them? I’m assuming around September?
I’ll take it per my pm thanks!
This is an understatement to say the least.;)
Nice to come here and see a lot of familiar faces. Now that summer is here hopefully everyone stays safe and healthy.:)
So true, you can use the heck out of them and they still look great. [img]
Bearings make the action so smooth, right up there with the Russian...
Chris how are you liking the Uncovsky? Looks plain but I’m sure it isn’t.:eek::)
So a choice in handles, this should be fun.;):)
Seth that looks like a great way to carry the little blade from Josh, that’s the handle I hope to score in his next batch.
David, really enjoy seeing how you keep pushing your designs to squeeze additional utility. Keep it up please!;):)
Yeah today is the day, time to start refreshing, don’t want to be late.:rolleyes::)
Really like the pointy backpacker, any idea when they might be ready?