Discussion in 'Blades' started by sharpeblades, Feb 12, 2011.
Here is a couple more i thought i would share with you
I have commented on most of your posts saying how great your work is, and while I hate to repeat myself...... well as I usually say 'Very nice.' And I really mean it, your stuff is great. Keep it up.
dude.. you're going to make me forgo another prep purchase to get the one in the first pic. I hate you but in a good way I love Tanto's but I haven't seen anything like the one in the first pic. What do you call it, please, so I can reference it properly. My knife vocabulary is pitiful.
It looks like a "bark river" or upswept skinning knife of some sort.
A couple more
Guys ime sorry for the double posts of the Tanto .my wife posted them by mistake /The Big fat bladed skinner is a new pattern and this is the frist one .154-CPM stainlees at 59 rockwell and has 416 stainless bolsters dove tailed into desert iron wood scales with red liners
Before I go boar hunting... I will purchase one. that is just a sweet blade. Would be perfect for my trip to Tioga. what's the turn around on something like that? yes. I remember what I said in the PM.. but still, I think this one would be worth it.
Cord wraped tanto
UGRev;Around 4 weeks turn around on the Tanto,.I call the frist one my 5in. fat bellied skinner
Oh, was asking about the skinner.. I showed it to my father.. he REALLY liked it and that man is hard to please with anything in a craft. He was an illustrator for 27 years so he has "the artisans eye".. so thumbs up, brother.. you got my fathers stamp on the skinner. For the record, he did so many illustrations and logo's for things you use every day or in the past and don't even know it (Tropicanna, Kellog's, Bic, Mary Kay, Coke, Pepsi, Dhale.. lots of stuff).
Big 5in. shinner
Thank you on my big bellied skinner and tell your dad thank also
Quite an assortment of tools
very nice, keep them coming...
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