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  • jeramiej
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    The little Damascus knife, pm me the asking price. Handle not needed, I stabilize, pressurize and turn wood for fun. Scales are not a problem.

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  • infamoussmiley
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    Very cool

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  • Schmitti
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    Nope. I buy pre made blades and stick handles on them. I don't have the time or equipment to make actually blades yet.

    Honestly, this little hobby is wearing on me and I may work thru my obligations and then just make blades here and there for family and friends.

    I'm going to put deer antler handles on that short damascus blade in the next month or so and stitch a sheath for it so that will be available here.

    E

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  • sloonan
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    Have you ever made a competition chopper or other larger blades? I love the pieces you showed.

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  • Schmitti
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    Current finished knives both have owners.

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  • Schmitti
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    There is one in the cue for Chucky, but I'm trying to get it designed... It's at the point where my art needs to meet reality.

    E

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  • SSP
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    I’m digging that small Damascus 😍

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  • Schmitti
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    Some progress photos. kitchen knife with "Mexican Blanket" micarta and white G10 liner and a sharp little bastard with white G10 and fancy wood (my brain is fried at the moment sorry, not enough sleep). Both have special fasteners called corby rivets (I have a pile of regular rivets but prefer the Corby rivets even thought they are at least 20x more expensive.

    Also, both knives pictures are spoken for. I still have the small damascus blade available but may make it and see who wants it.

    More pics to follow as I shape these.

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  • DavidBoren
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    Do you modify the blades?

    I think that little, narrow blade would be perfect with a scallop/notch/indent in the spine, right at the blade/tang junction... a place for the thumb to rest.

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  • Schmitti
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    Good to see there is no evidence tag on it.

    E

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  • LUKE
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    Here’s the beaut that E made me a few years ago, that sits on my desk at work. (my apologies to the artist for my poor photography)
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  • LUKE
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    I will get a pic up tomorrow!

  • Nish
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    Originally posted by Schmitti View Post
    Bah that's just blades blanks.

    This is one I made for my wife 6 years ago. Damascus steel made in the USA and birds eye maple from Michigan with a simple nickel silver guard. She wanted something she could use out in the yard and garden.
    Should we save this JUST IN CASE you come up missing and it become evidence?

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  • NONOBLITUS
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    These are awesome pieces of art work , very impressive

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  • Schmitti
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    The blade on the knife for my Navy friend is the same one that's available now at the top. Trying to decide if this new one will get leather washers or a birds eye maple handle.

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