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A few new pieces from this week...

J. Neilson Oct 29, 2010

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    J. Neilson Caught in the Mosh Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    It's good to be busy, busy, busy...

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    This Bowie knife has an 8 1/4" blade of 5160 spring steel with a hand-rubbed finish and a 13 1/8" overall length. The knife has an oval guard and threaded butt-cap of satin finished stainless steel. The handle is Desert Ironwood Burl wood with a throat made up of stabilized blonde Buckeye Burl wood and stainless steel spacers.

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    This S-B knife is a based on the traditional grind Scandi-Bushcraft knife but, with a bit longer blade. Just over 9 1/2" overall of 1080 high carbon steel forged from 5/32" stock with an approx. 1/4"-3/8" high bevel, flat spine, edge ground to zero then polished and fully hardened blade. The knife above is shown with hand-rubbed finish, handle scales are palm swell style in Butterscotch Canvas Micarta and stainless steel handle bolts and lanyard liner.

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    These B.U.K. cross-over knives continue to be popular. This combination of the B.U.K. with the "Swift" knife is forged from 1084 high carbon steel, 1/8" thick. The knife is 6" overall with a 2 3/4" cutting edge. The knife has a satin finish and file worked thumb rest. The handle scales are African Blackwood with a pin and lanyard liner of stainless steel.
     
  2. unreconstructedgordo

    unreconstructedgordo Level: True Devil

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    Those are gorgeous blades and the sheathes are also. Nice choice of materials!
     
  3. BGadvocate

    BGadvocate Better than gold or platinum

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    I'm really liking that Scandi-Bushcraft knife! Nice Work as always! :devil1:
     
  4. harm

    harm knifemaker Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    your blades are awesome dude!
     
  5. RNST

    RNST Entrusted Devil Super Moderator

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    Great knives J! I especially like the big bowie with Ironwood :D
     
  6. shawnpatterson

    shawnpatterson Huge member

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    Wow man, some of you guys give me an inferiority complex but, i guess as long as i can be inspired and humbled on the JD theres a reason to keep coming back,
     

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