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Hello everybody,

 

I wanted to share a linerlock folder with you that I recently made. It has a W2 selective hardened blade, the liners are titanium and the handle slabs are old bone.

 

This is the model Mule in size large.

 

Hope you enjoy,

 

BR Cyrus

 

Mule mit Hamon groß.jpg

 

Mule mit Hamon Klinge.jpg

 

Mule mit Hamon Seite.jpg

 

Mule mit Hamon unten.jpg

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Absolutely beautiful!

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very nice. great hamon.

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That is beautiful. What kind of bone is that, I like the spots in it, did you have to treat it in some way? Looks old.

 

Great job,

Adriaan

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Thanks guys,

 

this is my best sold model, it is a user. The bone is from a huge animal not living on the land, this is all I can say,

I hope you know what I mean. It was found up in the North of Europe and it was quite old. The bone was not treated, just slightly oiled.

 

BR Cyrus

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A very nice folder, i love this style and materials.

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This is a perfect example of what I call the "Aesthetic of Utility". Simple, direct, functional and clear. Lay that knife down on a table anywhere in the world and it will be instantly understood and used properly. It possesses "Universality".

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jd said it well enough for everyone.

 

 

It has an understated sophistication and elegance (I guess understated sophistication is the only real sophistication).

Here is what I mean - A person would not be afraid to use it because it does not have diamonds and gold, but the more someone studies it, the more elegant it becomes.

 

very nice work. thanks for sharing.

kc

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Great work. If I am lucky I will have tools over on this side of the pond to start working with aqain

 

Bill

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