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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Signalprick, Feb 13, 2020.
Wow! @Signalprick did an amazing job!
You have a beauty of a knife headed your way.
Getting to work on this GEC #74. She's getting a shadow pattern conversion and fresh new SS liners. Gonna be a beauty when done.
Going to be a very classy knife.
It’s got a cool etch that would get lost, but that’s one that would look sweet with a dark patina to go with that micarta.
What's the color of that micarta Jason? Were the Stainless liners your idea or the customers?
It's a vintage brown canvas crosscut I purchased from Murphy Made Knives. The liners were my idea and the customer agreed to have me do them.
I just finished up the GEC #74 Mustang rebuild. For this one I made custom stainless steel liners. Covered it with a gorgeous vintage brown crosscut canvas micarta. The houndstooth shield is a creamy white paper micarta and the pins are all 410 stainless. The only thing I don't like about this knife is that it's not mine! Thanks for looking!
Very nice, Jason!
Oh my that's a YES!
That’s just gorgeous!
I don't think there's any room for improvement there Jason. The shield is a real standout and the stainless liners set off the covers nicely
Hard to believe this is my first bone recover. Here's a GEC 92 with smooth giraffe bone covers, no shield in the works.
I've been admiring your work here for a while. I always assumed this was jigged bone......
No sir. That is jigged black paper micarta.
Beautiful work, Jason!
You are definitely knocking out some killer stuff, Jason! Looking forward to our projects!
Finally! After almost a year of doing recovers I can finally check bone off the list! GEC 92 recovered in smooth giraffe bone. Thanks for looking!
Those covers matched up very well! How was it working with bone?