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Old 02-05-2015, 12:41 PM
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Forged hunter-blackwood, filework, damascus fittings

Here's some pics of one I finished fairly recently for a collector.

Hand forged from 1095 steel
8 1/2" overall, 3 7/8" blade, .170" at the ricasso w/ full distal taper
"Twisted Steel" filework
Rounded Ricasso edge
Damascus guard and spacer of 1084/15n20 mix
Rounded guard edges
Coined and blued spacers
African Blackwood handle
Checkered and blued finial nut

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As always you never fail to amaze. I love how the coin spacers make the damascus stand out more.
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That is just astoundingly beautiful.
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great knife, beautiful handle.
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That is just astoundingly beautiful.
+1 on that.


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Good looking knife, John!
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Thank you for the comments guys.


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