Morland Picture Gallery

Many of you know me by DeMo. I had my user name updated to my real name.

Photobucket went AWOL. Here was my old thread. I will miss it and all the time/energy/work that went into creating it. Don't get me started...

Lots and lots of changes. The one constant is I am still making knives. This will be the new home for my pictures. I went with PostImage. I hope this works.

One last thing. John Doyle, I will not post my pictures in the "new to knifemaking" section any longer.

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Knife is made from 1075. 5 inch blade and 5 inch handle. Handle is African Blackwood. 416 SS guard, butt cap and 1/16 pin. Rounded spine on the blade. Guard is filed. Butt cap is filed. Mosaic pin in butt cap with brass highlight. Brass highlight inserted into the guard. Tooled black leather sheath with leather lacing. US Marine concho attached. I learned something...the emblem is called a EGA (Eagle, Globe, Anchor). Makes sense to me. Here are the pictures.

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Very nice Dennis! Did I spy some Sheoak in there?
Certainly a possibility. Some of those knives were made so long ago, I have forgotten. One is koa, one is red mallee burl, and one was some kind of oak from somewhere other than the good ole USA. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Here is the latest knives that I have completed. 6 inch neckers made from 1075. Hamons. One is orange/black/white G10. The other is walnut with golden streaks and mosaic pins. Both have sheaths made from Wickett & Craig leather. Love that stuff. Hope you like them.

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