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Thread: Wild Cherry Hunter

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    Wild Cherry Hunter

    Since I have been making these Scandinavian style knives and sheaths I wanted to see if I could make a knife more similar to the style I normally make. This is what I came up with a 4" hand forged 1084 blade, wagon wheel fittings, and a wild cherry handle. 8 1/2" overall.












    Last edited by Raymond Richard; 05-01-2011 at 06:03 PM.
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    Really great looking package Ray.

    Larry
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    Wow! (what happened to that dropjaw smiley?) Looks great as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LR Adkins View Post
    Really great looking package Ray.

    Larry
    Larry, good to see you around again!
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    Elegant. Reminds me of a well made canoe, appears simple, but you know it's not. I like the lines.
    Dozier
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    Raymond, Thats a BEAUTY! Classic styling great fittings and sheath.. WOW, Just WOW!
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    Ray -- Don't you have some firewood that needs cutting, or some grass that needs mowing, or some leaves that need raking, or some fences that need mending, or some cattle that need branding...or something that a guy could do so he could hang out with you and see if some of your mojo would rub off on him. As always, looking good! -- Phil
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    Another super piece Ray. I love the oval shape of the handle, looks like it would melt into your hand and stay secure even when wet.

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    Great work Ray. Nice hamon and that wild cherry is mighty purty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dwyer View Post
    Ray -- Don't you have some firewood that needs cutting, or some grass that needs mowing, or some leaves that need raking, or some fences that need mending, or some cattle that need branding...or something that a guy could do so he could hang out with you and see if some of your mojo would rub off on him. As always, looking good! -- Phil
    Going fishing shortly. Been working on a new batch of mojo.
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