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    Want a custom though! @madjon_[/QUOTE]

    When you are ready to get that custom from me a line, got few finishing at the moment...

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    something a bit different from hunting knives
    just finished it today
    16 layers stainless damascus per side with a vg10 core
    walnut black g10 spacer and paduk front handle
    230mm long kitchen knife
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    Shit the bed John thats very nice
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    So how does one get one like this under the Xmas tree??? That is one purty bit of steel!!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by john worthington View Post
    something a bit different from hunting knives
    just finished it today
    16 layers stainless damascus per side with a vg10 core
    walnut black g10 spacer and paduk front handle
    230mm long kitchen knife
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    talk to me i make them
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    [QUOTE=john worthington;613508]something a bit different from hunting knives
    just finished it today
    16 layers stainless damascus per side with a vg10 core
    walnut black g10 spacer and paduk front handle
    230mm long kitchen knife

    That's really nice John, been working with g10 a bit lately, tough stuff but it sure stinks when you grind it!

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    AA Forge Woodsrunner

    A little bit weighty for a hunting knife, but kinda nice and holds a wicked edge....

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    A while ago I got a new knife (top one) but I decided I wanted something bigger and a bit different.
    Had this made for me by the same guy who made the top knife. Is a copy of a Sami Knife ( I guess kind of a utility knife) and its the bigger of the 2 knives they generally carried.
    It sure is a big knife (.223 for scale), neither are stainless but that suits me fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    A while ago I got a new knife (top one) but I decided I wanted something bigger and a bit different.
    Had this made for me by the same guy who made the top knife. Is a copy of a Sami Knife ( I guess kind of a utility knife) and its the bigger of the 2 knives they generally carried.
    It sure is a big knife (.223 for scale), neither are stainless but that suits me fine
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    Garry makes a bloody good knife. Love the shape on the hunter. Thats his wapiti no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick-D View Post
    Garry makes a bloody good knife. Love the shape on the hunter. Thats his wapiti no?
    He does indeed and quick, this is the picture I sent him to work from
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    I know a guy with a stock of those style knives from norway

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    This is my Bacho. Just mucking round in the shed one night. Seems to work alright, even with the slightly thicker handle. Second Deer I ever shot with the brass in the handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANDO308 View Post
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    This is my Bacho. Just mucking round in the shed one night. Seems to work alright, even with the slightly thicker handle. Second Deer I ever shot with the brass in the handle.
    What a cool thing to do.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Cheers @Rushy. Have the First Stag on the wall and this second one while nothing special still held something to me. I saw someone on the Forum do a similar thing so thought that would be a good thing to do with it. Pretty industrial compared to some of the work on here, but as I said it works.
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    New mod to the buck 112 ranger it is truly perfect now with the thumb stud https://www.ebay.com/p/Kwik-Thumb-St...703/1152601813
    Any one else have this knife or a 110?
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