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ron p. nott
05-12-2003, 02:43 PM
Just finished a Lee booth dagger . This beautiful knife belongs to one of our forum members .I want to thank Rich Slaughter for giving me the opertunity to engraver this knife hope you like the pictures and i hope Rich like it

ron p. nott
05-12-2003, 02:45 PM
Photo #2 is a close of of the cards aces and eights.. I am not a card player so i hope i did it right ..

ron p. nott
05-12-2003, 02:49 PM
And photo #3 id the deringer if you look close i have engraver the frame of the gun..

Osprey Guy
05-12-2003, 04:51 PM
Oh man...

Rich already has some awesome knives in his collection. What an incredible addition this is going to make. He mentioned that he'd sent one over to you...boy did he ever make a great choice! You did a really super job Ron...

Way to go buddy... You are just too good!!! :D

Dennis Greenbaum

Yeah Baby!:smokin

05-12-2003, 07:07 PM
nice job on a nice knife, ron. the engraved frame on the gun is really special.

05-12-2003, 07:39 PM
Hi Ron:
What an awesome knife, and as always you did a superb job with the engraving.

Aces and eights, also known as "the dead mans hand" there should be a pair of each. This was the hand that Wild Bill Hitchcock was holding when he was shot in the back, wile playing poker in a saloon down in DeadWood, South Dakota, in his latter years he was down on his luck and spent most of his time gambling and trying to stay out of dept.

I'm preaty sure thats how the story goes, DeadWood is a cool place to visit and the only place in SD where full gambling is legal.

Tim Adlam
05-12-2003, 10:04 PM
Cool project Ron!...:D

Nice pics too!

Tommy Lee makes a fine knife.
Your work made it unique!

Way to go!!


Joe Mason
05-12-2003, 10:12 PM
Nice work ROn. Keep showing the pics. Maybe I will have another soon.....

Joe Mason

05-13-2003, 10:13 PM
Ron was a great guy to work with on this, and while the "gambler" theme was something we both kicked around, the design was all his. It was just a pleasure to deal with you Ron, and you already know how I feel about your work. Have a great time at the blade show, and I look forward to future projects...Rich

ron p. nott
05-14-2003, 07:50 AM
Well thanks to every body for your kind coments .I did enjoy working on this knife and i want to thank Rich for the business.. The photos dont do this knife any justice it is a beautiful knife with it mastadon ivory handle and the great job that Lee did in crafting this knife . it was a challange to engrave and gold inlay , the bolsters on this knife are only 1 inch square ..