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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by BennytheBlade View Post
    Stag Q 36 for the win.
    +1. That is the one that caught my eye.
    "It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues."

    Abraham Lincoln

  2. #17

    Lightbulb

    You all are going to force my cameraman out of retirement!



    /calls The Dibble

  3. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnC View Post
    Hey Ed, I currently own that Maple Burl Hunter...GREAT knife! Marked RJ MARTIN 440C 1991, right? I got it from SteveD 3 years ago.

    You can certainly see the the beginnings of RJ's contoured handle style that later appeared on the Rampage & Moxie (probably others too) in that knife.
    awesome,yes Steve D got it few years back.i originally got the knife from Gary Terra from Cubetas.he used to have few of RJ's one of a kind hunters,my favorite was a mirror polished hunter with triple ground blade.

  4. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Poolshark View Post
    +1. That is the one that caught my eye.
    +2 It looks great!@

  5. #20
    My pics suck.... Coops are much better, its the green one....

    The other one is en route... apparently it is either this knife, or the identical twin.

    Either way, I am lovin it....

    BigMark: that satin finish combo is some sick shit.....



    Last edited by Buffalohump; 03-21-2009 at 04:35 AM.

  6. #21

    Smile

    Here are some better pix of my Q-36.





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  7. #22
    These are some awesome knives. Thanks for the pics. TheKnifeCollector, are the carbon fiber scales on your Q36 striated as well? Great knife.

  8. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Kublai View Post
    These are some awesome knives. Thanks for the pics. TheKnifeCollector, are the carbon fiber scales on your Q36 striated as well? Great knife.
    I can answer that since I got one from the same batch. Only the bolsters are striated. The carbon fiber is curved as you can see in the picture of the lock up. The surface of the Q36 carbon fiber is smooth.


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  9. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.LaBella View Post
    You all are going to force my cameraman out of retirement!



    /calls The Dibble
    Well, The Dibble will be returning to MN this afternoon and my pics might end up in another thread.....


    Stay tuned!

  10. #25
    Thanks Mr.LaBella. I swear the cf look striated in the pics. I was curious since it seems like it's not an easy thing to do with cf (perhaps not possible?). At any rate, beautiful knives. Thanks for sharing the great pics.

  11. #26
    Kublai: Actually, the C/F scales on RNST's Q are striated-You are correct, sir!

    The striating on the scales is done at the same time as the bolsters-they are run as pairs so that I end up with perfectly matched sets of scales and bolsters. The striations are very fine, and in the case of the woven C/F, they become hard to see because of the weave of the material. Also, when I buff the handles, it tends to knock down the striations a bit as the C/F is softer than the titanium.

    But, compared to polished C/F, the wet grip is much better.

    RJ
    WEBSITE

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    BLADE SHOW TABLE 10M
    Stay Sharp,

    RJ Martin

  12. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by RJ Martin View Post
    Kublai: Actually, the C/F scales on RNST's Q are striated-You are correct, sir!...But, compared to polished C/F, the wet grip is much better.

    RJ
    Thank you for the clarification. I love c/f and I agree, it can be slippery. The striated c/f not only seems to be a great solution to this problem, it looks very cool too.

  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Kublai View Post
    Thank you for the clarification. I love c/f and I agree, it can be slippery. The striated c/f not only seems to be a great solution to this problem, it looks very cool too.
    Very Cool Looking

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    Here is one that you may not have seen before....
    WEBSITE

    JD FORUM

    BLADE SHOW TABLE 10M
    Stay Sharp,

    RJ Martin

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