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here are some of the knives I make. I have been making knives for about three years it a hobby that I really love. Give em a look and let me know what you think.
































 

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you posted before I finished adding pics :D the colored blades are coated with duracoat a firearm finish really great stuff and so easy to do. The handle is burlap "micarta" homemade its burlap layers with fiberglass resin and put in a press it makes a super hard almost bullet proof material
 

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Great talent you have there!! They really look good!!
 

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lol i looked back and was like o crap more pictures. the 6th picture down the coloring in the blade almost looks like its case hardened but then again it looks like a damascus steel? I love your work
 

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ok woo my head was about to explode trying to figure out how you were able to case harden a damascus blade and still retain the damascus pattern
 

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Bring all of them!...If you have any left...some may sell before then...if they are for sale....I want several....

Great Stuff...what talent
 

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Great job on those....I really like them. You have a talent for your craft.

I'm a wood guy, and like those handles....The Osage, Bocote, and Cocobola all stood out. Nice work.

Is the handle in the next to last photo Wenge?
 

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ol bumpy that was black palm, msred (great talking to you tonight) these are some over a year, some have been gone, some are waiting on a customer is singapore, how do they cut? great never had any complaints. Rbelote I do sell them. thanks everyone for your kind post
 

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Just got to ask....On the pic's I'm seeing many of the knifes are a shot of the handle more than the blade.

Not a complaint but:
I'm more interested in the steak (blade) not the sizzle...(handle)

We discussed this last night on ph. Can't see the whole blade in many of the pics
 
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Do you have a web site showing and pricing your knives? Very nice work, I liked alot of them. Are you familiar with other Mississippi knife makers, Charles May or Gene Ingram?
 
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