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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by aji1, Jan 30, 2020.
Beautiful knives! And, you are located only a couple of hours south of me.
neat! currently deciding on 1756!
I first saw this beautiful coke bottle pattern knife with the most amazing jigging. And so #1745 was born. F&F is outstanding. When I can afford it, I have a fondness for #1661.
See each and every one of them. Beauties.
Good to see you back Todd, Incredible Tour de Force!
That's really nice. Todd does a really nice green. #1661 Acid wash is a nice one as well. Heck there all nice.
#1890 arrived today. I have been following Todd’s work for awhile, but I never had the funds to commit. Last Saturday Todd posted this one up, guess he wasn’t happy with the handle material, so it was very nicely discounted. Serape micarta, probably not my first choice, but I don’t mind it. Besides it has the coined edge, mill relieved liner, all the good stuff to check out in his knives, so I went for it. Fit and finish is great and the fine detail work is a nice touch. The blade is well centered, sharp, and easily pinch-able. Very nice walk and talk with a satisfying snap. The price point also falls into the range where I feel I can carry and enjoy using this one. Thanks Todd!
A few more to see.....
Thank you Tim. I agree. They’re all great.
Made over 1900 slip joints now, thanks for the looks.
Thanks Jack -
Few more done, thanks for the looks.
Have a great day!
Kind of partial to #1908
1908 In Todd's amazing Red Bone
That’s a beauty, outstanding jigging.
Thats a beauty I like the slim sheepsfoot knives he's been making lately, some have a lambsfoot look to them
That you. Never owned a custom, but this one checks all the boxes for me.
Your right, it does have that Lambs foot look.
Congrats on your first custom good choice
Very nice Tim. I love the jigging and bone color.