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  1. James that has all come together to make a badass blade! Really like what you've done with the scabbard and hilt fittings, and as has been said many times the steel is awe inspiring! Congratulations on finishing it buddy, I know it's been a long and not so easy road. And I don't know about anyone else but I reckon I can see your face fuzz getting rather warm in the future!
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  2. Yep he is checking out his next meal!! There was a show a while back where they set up night vision cameras in the burp. You would be surprised if you don't know a yote's habits, for taking full advantage of a pet for a meal!! .
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  3. This is a hunter model knife made of SAE 5160 carbon steel. Length of the blade 12,5 cm. Width 36 mm. Revelation revealed. Cable in wood of Guajuvira, with brass pins remanchados. Thank you very much! This is a hunter model knife made of SAE 5160 carbon steel.Length of the blade 12,5 cm.Width 36 mm.Revelation revealed.Cable in wood of Guajuvira, with brass pins remanchados.Thank you very much! This is a hunter model knife made of SAE 5160 carbon steel.Length of the blade 12,5 cm.Width 36 mm.Revelation revealed.Cable in wood of Guajuvira, with brass pins remanchados.
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  4. JJ you can do it on a plain stack of flat laminates, but it looks much better when a W pattern is used.
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  5. Lol, I'd have to use a full tub to seal off all my grizzly hair.
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  6. I made this for my grandson: The bow is 30" rawhide backed hickory. The arrows are 1/4" dowels. He still needs to grow into it a little, but I expect to have arrows flying by summer time. Don
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  7. My latest. The client is from Kentucky, hence the name. I thought it sounded mean too It is a harpoon point fighter that he commissioned. Some knives are a struggle and fight you ever step of the way. This one didn't. I mean, there were moments that it pissed me off, but it was never a struggle. The steel is differentially heat treated W2, so there is a hamon. Too bad the pictures are garbage for showing it. It was etched very lightly, so the hamon is frosty. Guard is of course, rust blued mild steel, which I never use Seppa is bronze, and so is the pin. The spacer is polished bon
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  8. I thought I would share one more of my somewhat recent works. I finished this one back in June but never had it photographed, after asking the customer if they would mind sending it back for photos it can finally be shown. This one is one of my personal favorites with a beautifully chatoyant damascus and awesome ironwood burl for the handle. Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking! -Robert
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