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Thread: New Knives Now Available!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Great Falls, Montana, USA
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    New Knives Now Available!

    After that dreaded job of "leather working" (my least favorite part of knifemaking), I have several new pieces available on my website. All the newest ones are "hunters" in various configurations.

    Here's a couple of examples:





    To see more, along with all the details, visit my "Available Knives" webpage.


    www.caffreyknives.net
    Caffreyknives@Gmail.com

    "Nobody cares what you know.....until they know you care."
    Visit me at Table 2Q at the Blade Show!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Location
    Deer Lake, Pa.
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    385
    Real nice Ed, simple refined look. Looks like it could be used for a large magnitude of jobs, not only on the hunt, but all around the camp.


    Wayne

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2016
    Location
    Bangkok Thailand
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    30
    Maybe a dreaded one, but you surely do a good job on the leather. The first one where the texture border matches the scales is really awesome.
    Neil
    Neil Yeager on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neil33ny/

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Great Falls, Montana, USA
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    Thank you! I honestly don't know where my dislike of leather work came from, but I've always just dreaded it, but have never been able to find anyone that builds a sheath to my satisfaction. Don't get me wrong, there are some brilliant sheath makers out there, but in my experience they either insist on using leather that is way too light for my liking, or the sheath simply doesn't "match" the knife..... I'm sure it's just me being so anal about my knives....... so I just "suck it up" and continue to do it myself.

    www.caffreyknives.net
    Caffreyknives@Gmail.com

    "Nobody cares what you know.....until they know you care."
    Visit me at Table 2Q at the Blade Show!

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