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Fit for a Riverboat Gambler?

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Here's my finished Arkansas Toothpick/Dagger:

 

Custom Damascus, stabilized mastodon ivory bark, 416 stainless w/blade steel inlays:

 

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That turned out amazing.... 

But lets be realistic, All you make is amazing stuff..... 

 

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I’m going to say it again, even though I’ve said it multiple times on your wip thread.

 

your knives are so gorgeous man, this one is absolutely amazing, the grooves above the Ricasso are awesome and the handle is my favorite part of it, superb! 

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11 minutes ago, Conner Michaux said:

I’m going to say it again, even though I’ve said it multiple times on your wip thread.

 

your knives are so gorgeous man, this one is absolutely amazing, the grooves above the Ricasso are awesome and the handle is my favorite part of it, superb! 

Couldn't of said it better myself!

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A little medieval looking, but you didn't specify what river! :lol:  Totally awesome, sir!  Perhaps a gentleman of leisure on the Seine, Rhine, or Danube, transplanted to the Mississippi?  As I said earlier, I (or better yet you) have got to go full-on Sam Bell on one of these...

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4 minutes ago, Alan Longmire said:

A little medieval looking, but you didn't specify what river! :lol:  Totally awesome, sir!  Perhaps a gentleman of leisure on the Seine, Rhine, or Danube, transplanted to the Mississippi?  

Thanks, Alan.  I look forward to seeing what you do with your Samuel Bell.:)

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Incredible!!!

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That one is over the top Gary. Stunningly beautiful. You have once again stepped up the game!

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WOW!!!!!! I love it!!!! 

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That is fantastic work Gary!  Love it

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Fantastic work (as usual).  How are the scales attached.  Don't see no pins.

Doug

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Fit for a King.......

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3 hours ago, Doug Lester said:

  How are the scales attached.  Don't see no pins.

Doug

Hidden pins through the spacers on each end.

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Gary that blade is absolutely amazing.  I almost feel like I should become a river boat gambler just to see that knife up close and personal...

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I repeat, Grand Slam  !!!................................................;)

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Stunning 

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Another home run Gary.  Thanks for sharing the build in the WIP.  I know I'm not the only one who learns a lot from your posts.

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