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Been awhile, here's some new ones... Part 2

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Here are a few more pieces that have been waiting to be posted...


Here is one of my "Crossover" Belt knives in 52100 steel with a trigger guard, file worked thumb rest and handle scales of Cocobola Burl wood.


Here is a Field/Bush knife done in etched 52100 with multiple quench lines with wrought iron guard and threaded pommel and an Elk antler handle.


Here is another Crossover Belt knife (standard version) in hand rubbed 52100 and Desert Ironwood Burl handle scales.


Here is a Field/Bush knife in "Frontier" pattern damascus steel with a top scraping edge, silica bronze hardware and handle of stabilized Cherry Burl wood.


Here is a Drop-point Hunter in hand-rubbed 52100 with a deep belly, file worked thumb rest and handle scales of Desert Ironwood Burl done in a palm-swell style.

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Woah! Very nice! I dunno if it is a trade secret, or if you wanted to elaborate on how you get your "frontier" pattern? I really dig that!

Thanks guys, I appreciate it.


The Frontier pattern is no secret at all Mseronde. I save all of my damascus "scraps" from billet ends and cut outs and when I have enough, I clean them all up (that's the worst part, grinding clean all those small pieces) and forge weld them into a canister (like my ball-bearing and meteorite blades). You can get some wild and crazy patterns, almost like a quilt.

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