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Thread: Liner Lock with zirconium and Micarta

  1. #1
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    Liner Lock with zirconium and Micarta

    Just finished this one up over the weekend. It was a custom order for a gentleman over in CA who was very specific about materials and finishes. All in all, I think it represents some of my best work to date. Specs: Blade-CPM154, Scales-Micarta, Bolsters-zirconium, Liners and pocket clip-anodized titanium. Let me know what you think. I'm always open to critique.

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    Brandant Robinson

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  2. #2
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    Nothing to critique there....Beautiful! Love that blade shape...looks super handy for anything I ever use a pocket knife for.
    Thanks,
    Smallshop (AKA Ted Hauser)


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  3. #3
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    Most excellent. You are really getting better and better with each knife that you make.

    DeMo

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    This is my favorite of your knives to date. Fantastic! That finish is gorgeous.

  5. #5
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    Thanks, guys. I really appreciate the kind words. I had a lot of fun with this one. Had a couple of firsts with this one such as the deep-carry pocket clip attached to the spacer, and the zirconium bolsters. I didn't find the zirconium too much of a problem and it finished out beautifully. Again, thanks for taking the time to comment.
    Brandant Robinson

    I'm not addicted to knife making . . . really . . . I can stop any time. I just don't want to.

    Website: https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
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    Looks great Brandant, be careful not to breath any of that zirconium dust, it's supposed to be especially nasty to your lungs.
    Steve Miller
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by bladegrinder View Post
    Looks great Brandant, be careful not to breath any of that zirconium dust, it's supposed to be especially nasty to your lungs.
    I heard the same thing, Steve. I wear a respirator no mater what I'm grinding and take personal protection very serious. Thanks for the warning.

    Brandant Robinson

    I'm not addicted to knife making . . . really . . . I can stop any time. I just don't want to.

    Website: https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
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