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Dennis Mitchell

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About Dennis Mitchell

  • Birthday 05/30/1963

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    Moore, OK
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    My family, Bladesmithing, picking guitar, fishing. Enjoy history. Amateur 2m ke5jbn

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  1. There is one simular on etsy, I don't know if we're allowed to link a active sale item, so here is a pic and description... Item details Inlay aluminum handle knife with spring steel blade. Includes a black leather sheath. Mother of pearl, faux turquoise, jet and faux coral smooth inlay. The aluminum has been diamond cut to add sparkle. Made in the Philippines. Total length is 12". The blade is 7". The point where the blade and handle connect is 2 1/8" wide. Good condition.
  2. Other what has been mentioned, I also like the way your San Mai came out, and the ironwood pattern is gorgeous.
  3. Great job! Love the knife and sheath! Looks like your ready for some hard trail blazing!
  4. James, Congratulations on the win! It was neat to see you and Rashelle on the air!
  5. Nice looking work, Gabriel! Agreed with you on the sheaths, very nice!
  6. Beautiful! Look forward to the WIP. Welcome to the forum!
  7. I like this one a lot! From the lines and shape of the blade to the texture you put on the butt plate! Nicely done! What did you use to color and finish that wonderful stag?
  8. Very clean, nice lined. I like your Micarta.
  9. Just incredible!! The detail from butt to tip is gorgeous! Thanks for commenting on your etching methods!
  10. Awsome work, Alan! I always enjoy seeing your work, it's very inspiring!
  11. The blade already looks great! Look forward to how you develop this one. Thanks for the WIP shots!
  12. Nice, Bernie! There is so much going on with the blade, handle and sheath, and all of it interesting! Look forward to your next post!
  13. I really like this knife and sheath alot! To me, it's perfect but n terms of what a knife can be in this style. I, too, would be interested in if you did the hardware on the sheath, as the ring is thoughtfully rustic but with the the extra step of looping around the ends and the end tucked, nice detail.
  14. Beautiful set, Jeff! Love the shape and the Ironwood burl!
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