Fileworked Hunter w/ Koa, hamon, damascus fittings...

Discussion in 'Custom Knife Forum' started by J. Doyle, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. J. Doyle

    J. Doyle Dealer - Purveyor

    Here's one I finished a while back for a really good guy/collector. I couldn't do this one any photo justice so I had to send it for pro photos.

    Specs:
    Hand-forged from 1075 steel, clay quenched and etched
    9 1/4" overall, 4 3/8" blade, .195 thick at the ricasso
    Full distal taper
    'Twisted Steel' fileworked spine
    Rounded ricasso edge
    Fluted damascus fittings
    Heat colored and coined titanium spacer
    Stabilized premium Curly Koa handle
    Damascus bolt cover

    Thank you for the great photo work Coop! Your work never disappoints.

    All comments and discussion welcome.
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    And some details:
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  2. Daniel Rohde

    Daniel Rohde Well-Known Member

    Your making me want to give up over here:34:far to much glory to behold:( That Koa and damascus with the hamon-WOW! Why go on....

    Coop did a great job aswell....
     
  3. bladegrinder

    bladegrinder Well-Known Member

    That photography money was well spent. that's a beautiful knife !
     
  4. Rick Otts

    Rick Otts Well-Known Member

    Very nice work!
     
  5. Brad Lilly

    Brad Lilly Moderator and Awards Boss

    Great looking knife John!
     
  6. John Wilson

    John Wilson Well-Known Member

    incredible looking knife!
     
  7. Dennis Morland

    Dennis Morland KNIFE MAKER

    I love Koa! It always turns out nicely. However, it is very hard to take pictures that do it justice. My guess is this knife looks even better in person...even with professional pictures. I want to hold it!

    DeMo
     
  8. MikeL

    MikeL KNIFE MAKER

    So stunning. The Hamon looks 3D, did a double take because it has such depth. Nice koa as well. Very inspiring for this rookie knife maker although I don't have enough years in my life to reach this skill level.
     
  9. ACLakey

    ACLakey Well-Known Member

    That is an absolute work of art.
     

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