New pieces off the mountain...

J. Neilson

Well-Known Member
... and certainly some variety. I hope you like them.
J.

Here is another of my Saw-blade knives with my "antiqued" finish modeled after an online video... Guacamole knife.
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Here is a Scandi-bushcraft knife is stabilized Cherry Burl with both leatehr and Kydex sheaths with fire starter loops.
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Here is a new Clip-point Hunter with some wild, double-dyed burl wood in hand rubbed 5160.
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A new "semi-primitive" piece in "antiqued" 1095 with a damascus guard, bone spacer and copper accents on a salvaged Snakewood handle.
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Here is a Drop-point Hunter in Gidgee wood with a blade and guard forged from my "raindrop damascus" with Elk teeth inlaid in the handle.
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Here is a new version of my "Big Old Bowie" in multi-quenched W2 with wrought iron bolsters, a fully file worked tang and Mammoth ivory scales along with a John Cohea rawhide sheath.
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And, last but not least, another of my B.U.H.K. models, "antiqued" with natural Micarta scales.
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calharkins

Well-Known Member
They are all extremely nice. The sheath on the clip point hunter is what got my attention the most.
 

Lagrange

Well-Known Member
"New pieces off the mountain..."

Looks like the mountain is spewing some really nice stuff lately!
 
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