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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Looks like spring is on the way Bill
Here's to a great week.
Thank you. It's a three blade whittler with wedge or split-back
Back to the usual. I hope everyone has a great start to the week!
Thanks so much. My wife is convinced that knives, and maybe landscapes, are the only things I can photograph well.
Another knife pic with on my favorite table, made of reclaimed wood. This time one of Dave Beck's Scouts. He makes them all himself, one at a time. This one has a 4" blade and 1/8th stock. It's new to me, and while I don't expect to use it much today, I'm just happy to have it on my belt. Have a good Micarta Monday everyone, and a great week.
That's amazing! Is that a re-handle? I can't recall anything like that out of GEC.
Out and about today. Have a good one!
Chamblin WT along for the ride.
Yes, a recover done by Javi Garcia. It was originally a two-blade #44 Gunstock, but he deleted the blade as well as put micarta covers and liners. It's great!
That’s a beauty Gary
and great to see you around !
Really great looking work, and awesome knife
Thank you! He did a phenomenal job and I'm really pleased with it.
Same knive in my big pocket, so here’s a look at what’s been in my little pocket for the last month or so. Pre-70 Peanut.
It’s tough putting those little one’s down.
I may have to message you for the contact info—I looked up the name, and found a leather slip maker, but I can’t tell if he’s the same gent who did your work. —Tony
Light day at home today - no Wagon Wheel Cafe - so a light duty knife is called for although the knife is capable of some fairly heavy use.
These two for MM
He's the same guy, Tony. He makes slips as well. If you have Instagram you can find him, but if not I'm sure you could get in touch with him through his website. Shoot me a DM for more info if you wish.
Thanks so much! I’ll try reaching out first and see how it goes. Much appreciated!