Damascus and carbon fiber linerlock

J. Doyle

Dealer - Purveyor
Here's the latest folder I completed. Its a nice dress/tactical liner-lock folder. Lightweight but stout. Glass smooth action on phosphor-bronze washers. Solid, early lockup. Razor sharp.

Specs:
Blade is forged from my own twist Damascus made up of 1084 & 15n20.

4 1/8" closed, 3 3/16" blade, 1/8" thick blade

Hand Filed thumb grip

False edge, non sharp clip

Titanium thumbstud with Swarovski amber gemstone insert

Black g-10 bolsters with copper pivot collars

Two tone carbon fiber scales

Carbon fiber pocket clip

Black g-10 backspacer hand fileworked inside and out

Jeweled and deburred titanium liners and liner lock

Titanium pivot, scale and clip screws

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C Craft

Well-Known Member
John, the workmanship in this piece is absolutely impressive! The whole knife is stunning, to say the least!! Thumbs up.jpg
 

gudspelr

Well-Known Member
For anyone who looks at his pictures and thinks John puts a LOT of time into the details, they’re right. Having been in his shop with him for the better part of a week, I can attest to that.

Fantastic looking knife, John. Whoever is lucky enough to have that one is going to love it. Thanks for posting it up.

Jeremy
 

J. Doyle

Dealer - Purveyor
Thank you much everyone. I really appreciate it. The scales reminded me of snakeskin too. I think they're neat.
 

Uconnhuskies

Well-Known Member
I am on a slow internet connection so the pictures open slowly. But like opening presents it was sure worth the wait. That one is awesome.
 

luciusx5

Well-Known Member
That is beautiful. The copper around the pivot pin really sets it off and in a nice touch. Really impressive knife!
 
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