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Old 15-06-2013, 05:39 PM
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I would like to show you our latest collaboration.
01 Blade 6.5" blade 5" Stag handle
fine file work Brass fittings
Rattlesnake Skin inlay Sheath
As always thanks for looking.




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Old 15-06-2013, 05:59 PM
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Not quite sure you've got enough welt thickness there mate....

Nice knife.
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Old 15-06-2013, 06:54 PM
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stunning Bri and Ian
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Old 15-06-2013, 10:46 PM
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how in god's name did you stitch that !
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Not quite sure you've got enough welt thickness there mate....

Nice knife.
m8 ya right...
the Yanks are askin about justification on makin the girl comfortable....it really makes me laugh....why cant anyone se the thickness of the guard n work the math out (as they say in the USA) ian and me aint beginners to the sheath game...but we wouldn't put a big big big sheath to a knife if it wasn't necessary...
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Old 16-06-2013, 08:35 AM
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m8 ya right...
the Yanks are askin about justification on makin the girl comfortable....it really makes me laugh....why cant anyone se the thickness of the guard n work the math out (as they say in the USA) ian and me aint beginners to the sheath game...but we wouldn't put a big big big sheath to a knife if it wasn't necessary...
common sense tells you it has to be like that Bri and I like it ,Now I know what mine would look like in a sheath
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Excellent work, as always, I love the knife and the grind is superb. A lot of these things look like ornaments but that blade keeps it real and purposeful.

Love the snakeskin inlay in the sheath too.

You also get a replacement heel of course if you lose one off your boots
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Excellent work, as always, I love the knife and the grind is superb. A lot of these things look like ornaments but that blade keeps it real and purposeful.

Love the snakeskin inlay in the sheath too.

You also get a replacement heel of course if you lose one off your boots
PMSL....
Like it.
Was thinking the Guard could always be smaller then less Leather..
say 1/16 of the size of the ferule....
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Absolutely stunning a real piece of craftsmanship!
Love the blade,flawless grinding
Something for us novices to aspire to
Thanks for sharing.
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Absolutely stunning a real piece of craftsmanship!
Love the blade,flawless grinding
Something for us novices to aspire to
Thanks for sharing.
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