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Miles Hebbard

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  1. These two hunter I have just completed for a client. They are made from 3CR12 The scales are warthog ivory and red ivory, wild pear hard woods.
  2. Just finished this drop point hunter,Made from 3CR12 Stainless. The scales are made up of warthog tusk, Sable antelope and Wild Pear.
  3. This set I made a while ago for a client. The axe is D2 Tool Steel and the Sword is L6, I used varius hard woods for the handles.
  4. This large bowie I made from D2 tool steel which I blued the size 385mm in total And the blade is 6mm x 55mm and the scales are Fallow Deer Stag and Wild Pear.
  5. Just finished this one its a small carving knife and I am thinking of makind a matching fork This knife I made in in stainless steel. The scales are Warthog Ivory and Sable Antelope with brass pins.
  6. Thanks for the comments, unfortunatly I don't have anymore the one I had Was found by a friend. On a elephant that died of natural causes.
  7. This Drop point hunter I made for a client the steel is L6 damascus and the scales are Oryx horn and Elephant tooth (not tusk) the pins and bloster is brass.
  8. A set of 6 steak knives the steel is stainless and the scales are Kudu Horn and bone inserts.
  9. This set I made for a client the steel is L6 and the scales are Sable Antelope the folder is a lockback.
  10. Hi Wayne ...sorry it has taken so long to get back to u ....but here is a blog of some of my knives I also make to order http://ikisu.blogspot.com/ Regards Miles
  11. This is my take on laguiole, slightly broader in the handle.Ikisu is Swahili for "the knife" as this was made in Africa the scales are brass, leather, giraffe bone,copper, impala horn,copper,g bone,leather &brass
  12. This is a gutting knife for field use, the curve of the horn helps when skinning.
  13. have just posted my second folder am busy completing my third its quite a bit bigger than the first one. here are some other knives of mine http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2026549&id=1086633230&l=e8279ef0e9
  14. This was my second folder I made also forged carbon steel with Horn Scales.
  15. This was my first attempt at a folding knife hi-carbon with bone scales.
  16. This is a quick stock removal knife, shaped for use as a steak knife. handle is from off cuts of giraffe bone & white ironwood. It's balance turned out incredibly well and makes for a great utility knife. Steel is hand forged Hi-carbon steel.
  17. Hand forged - Full tang - Convex grind. O.A.L. 190mm 7 1/2 Inch Blade: Composition: Hi-carbon steel, Selectively hardened and tempered. Length: 95mm - 3 3/4inch Width: 25mm - 1 inch Spine: 2.5mm Handle: Scales: Spalted white Ironwood Pins: Brass Bolster:Brass Sheath:Brown cowhide. Price: excl shipping USD: 75.00 Thank you for looking! Please leave a comment!
  18. Hand forged - Full tang - Convex grind. O.A.L.275mm - 11inch Blade: Composition: Hi-carbon steel, Selectively hardened and tempered. Length: 165mm - 61/2inch Width: 42mm - 1 3/4 inch Spine: 3.2mm Handle: Scales:Black Ironwood, Worthog Tusk Ivory & Spalted white Ironwood. Pins: Brass Guard:Brass Sheath:Brown, oil impregnated cowhide. Price: excl shipping USD: 350.00 Thank you for looking! Please leave a comment
  19. Hand forged - Full tang - Convex grind. KNIFE O.A.L. 335mm 13 1/4 INCH Blade: Composition: Hi-carbon steel, Selectively hardened and tempered. Length:215mm 8 1/2 INCH Width: 47mm 1 1/2 INCH Spine: 4mm Handle: Scales: Giraffe Bone Scales & steel Bolsters Pins: Brass Guard: Sheath: Price: excl shipping USD:500 Thank you for looking! Please leave a comment
  20. Hand forged - Full tang - Convex grind. KNIFE O.A.L. 335mm 13 1/4 INCH Blade: Composition: Hi-carbon steel, Selectively hardened and tempered. Length:215mm 8 1/2 INCH Width: 47mm 1 1/2 INCH Spine: 4mm Handle: Scales: Giraffe Bone Scales & steel Bolsters Pins: Brass Guard: Sheath: Price: excl shipping USD: Thank you for looking! Please leave a comment!
  21. Hi

    I have had a quote from a courier company for 70 USD to send the boot knife to Georgia USA that is quite expensive, will look into another alternative.

    Regards

    Miles

    1. Miles Hebbard

      Miles Hebbard

      Thank goodness I've got lil beastie done! Still having a heatwave...

  22. Will get a Quote from Fedex will get back to you soon.
  23. Made to order. the blade has a clay quenched pattern,with serrations on the top and the scales are bits of bone that were left over,with leather spacers
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