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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by aji1, Jan 30, 2020.
Now I can see them, but they weren't showing up yesterday. Very nice work. Thanks for sharing.
Ditto here. I see them now.
Wonderful work, Todd! Thanks for posting them!
Oh man I wish I hadn't seen them. Superior beauty!
Excellent to see you check in here, Todd (@T.A.DAVISON)! Since that other thread is closed, please post some of your new knife pictures here when you have the time.
The knives Todd posted are his newer knives!
^ Yes, I know. The knife that prompted me to start this thread was also posted by Todd in post #41. Maybe I didn’t word it clearly, but, what I meant was, that since the old thread is locked, I hope Todd puts up pictures of his newly built knives here like he previously did in the other thread.
The #1857 barehead, acorn shield with the jigged bone is one of my personal favorites. Outstanding.
I think I may have doubled a few photos? will try and do better.....
Thanks for the interest in the knives.
Todd, I've said it before, but you have the most amazing Red jigged ever.
Thank you all for interest in the knives.
I really like how these lightweight slip joints have turned out.
A few more to look at ....
Just signed up for my 15th year here as a full time knife maker -
Seen were only about 2% of makers do this full time?
Thanks for the looks and interest guys, couldn't do it without you.
hope to see more knives with end caps in the future
I probably will sometime.... Thanks!
Here is a video of some of the early slip joints made.