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Austin_Lyles

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About Austin_Lyles

  • Birthday 08/10/1993

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    Leander, Texas

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  1. Clean as can be, alex. Well done dude!
  2. Exceptional. Blued is a perfect choice for the fittings and a simple but elegant handle to boot. Well done.
  3. Cooler than cool! Well done!
  4. Seems like a bad time for both. Dude lost his knife (good throw?) And the alligator has got a hell of a headache.
  5. Damn sexy. Well executed knife all around!
  6. Style indeed. Alan is right. You've come a long way in a short distance. Absolutely well done.
  7. Gotta love your inlay work! Always like seeing ya post Matthew. You're not swearin', until your caring.
  8. Incredible! Very well executed, and it can sometimes be difficult to end up close to the original design! That hamon is out of this world... wish I could see it in person.
  9. Very nice my friend! I definitely like the clean look of the blade! You're off to a great start. Look forward to seeing more folders from you! As to Alan, why haven't you yet? I'm sure you'd try to mix in some wrought and Scandinavian influence in there somewhere. =P
  10. Very nice indeed. Now that's THIN! Well done and great blade profile.
  11. Looks like our fires we had a few years back in Bastrop Texas. Twice. Keep safe!
  12. Smaller drill bit, even smaller ball of jb weld epoxy? Pull up? You're in a sticky situation. That's what I would try first. Small, thin needle nose pliers to counter twist it out? The beers are kicking in and my ideas are becoming elementary. :p If nothing works I'll keep thinking and best of luck!
  13. You're kicking ass brotha. Sure do like your knives and your design. Keep up the good work and keep posting!
  14. Well howdy everyone! It seems I've fallen a little behind with my shop hours. Having been occupied with moving from one state and back, a job search, and balancing work with play (not much time for play anymore), I've neglected to complete or even start a blade. Anyways, I ended up being quite productive on my days off and managed to dust off ye ol'e grinding wheel (literally!). I was sure to throw sparks out the garage door for all the world to see, and ended up having a crowd of interested neighbors and their not so amused wives from across the street. Sure cuts nicely and a pleasure to cook with.
  15. Oh yes. I sure do like these. Very frontier'ish as Alan mentioned. Honestly, it's inspiring me to get back into the grind (pun most definitely intended). Thank you for sharing!
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