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Old 07-22-2011, 04:28 AM
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Tasmanian Burl handle held by Loveless bolts, red fiber liner,Tapered tang,handmade nickel silver bolsters S/S pins soldered from rear,sheath inlayed both sides with genuine croc, all hand stitched.Blade finished to 600g.$395.00



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Old 09-02-2011, 04:57 AM
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Tasmanian Burl handle held by Loveless bolts, red fiber liner,Tapered tang,handmade nickel silver bolsters S/S pins soldered from rear,sheath inlayed both sides with genuine croc, all hand stitched.Blade finished to 600g.$395.00

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Old 09-02-2011, 11:01 AM
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Good morning Brenton.

I'll have to say two things... first, great sheath. the croc inlay. i really like the very coarse front panel. it all works together with the handle.

second.... what, no pic of the whole knife?

good job

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Old 09-09-2011, 06:06 AM
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Hi Erik, blade not forged by me but here it is:


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Old 02-02-2012, 05:15 AM
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you make a absolute good Work !!!!

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Now that thing is a pure awesome! My dad used to have knives but not the good ones. He had it as a gift from a friend and nothing else like this. Its just really amazed me.
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I was like cncutter, wondered where the blade was. Great sheath, and a nice cutter to stuff it with!
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Very creative and nice sheath work!


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Very nice sheath is an understatement! Attention to detail everywhere! I am still trying to figure out how you did the belt loop and attached it. Did you skive the end nearly flat and then just glue and stitch it at the sides? If you could post a side pic that would be great! Not too many makers pay that much attention to the sheath! I like it.

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Beautiful scabbard! Good job! I want to own the same! :-)
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Nicely done!
Makes my fingers hurt to think about all that stitching.....


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