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Thread: Movie knife

  1. #1
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    Movie knife

    From one of my favorite movies "Last of the Dogmen". I always liked the knife Tom Berenger's character Louis Gates carried in the movie.Years ago(by the date on the photo) I paused the VCR when he stuck it in a log and snapped a pic,thinking someday I'd like to made one like it.
    It's not an exact copy but, came somewhat close I think.
    Aldo's 3/16 1084 steel 10 inches overall length with stabilized curly redwood handle,brass guard and pin's

    Thanks for looking

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    Sweet! Looks great!!
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    Great movie and a fine looking knife !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Dabney View Post
    Great movie and a fine looking knife !

    -Josh
    Roger that! I love the blade shape on that one.

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    Love it! The movie too.
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    That is still one of my all time favorite movies.....
    That is a great looking knife too , good job.
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    well done,looks close to me. that wood came out great.

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    Thanks for the comment's guy's, glad you all like it.
    Just finished up a sheath for it today.

    Might have to hook the old VCR back up and watch the movie again soon...
    or find a DVD ....

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    Very nice job!! I like it.

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    I love it, love the curly redwood. looks great, the movie is great too!!
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