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Collin Miller

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Just finished up this edc/bushcraft knife for a guy, wrought iron and 80crv2 San Mai blade, antique American walnut grip, and pouch style leather sheath. When I went to take pictures of it I came across a knife I made a few years ago sitting in one of the first sheaths I ever made, and I found it utterly repulsive and disgusting and every sense of the word.

The knives were similar in the idea, but one of them was clearly made by a more advanced and refined craftsman. 

...That stitching though....


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I really like this, no bells or whistles, just a knife in it's purest form.  The subtle handle shape is a classy touch.

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" How much useful knowledge is lost by the scattered forms in which it is ushered to the world! How many solitary students spend half their lives in making discoveries which had been perfected a century before their time, for want of a condensed exhibition of what is known."

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