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  1. Chris Daigle

    Chris Daigle Half fast

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    Well, I guess every individual forum needs their own gallery so here goes. In no particular order. :ross:

    Forged bullnose skinner out of 1084. The handle is osage orange with a spacer of buffalo horn. The guard is 416 SS.
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    Push knife out of O1 steel with a G10 handle and Kydex sheath.
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    Small neck knife out of O1 steel, copper bolsters and Cocobolo handles.
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    Large chef's knife out of S30V steel with an osage orange handle.
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    Chef's knife out of ATS34 and the handle is a mix of stabilized burl wood, 416SS, copper and gemstone.
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    Chef's knife out of ATS34 with stabilized burl handle and Mokume bolsters.
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    Kitchen knife out of stainless damascus, 416SS bolsters and stabilized burl wood. (photo by Coop)
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    Hunter in 154CM with a green canvas Micarta handle. Blasted finish.
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    Small gents knife in carbon damascus, 416SS bolsters and Blesbok horn handles with red liners.
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    SHOT show knife collaboration with Ned Christiansen who made a mathing 1911 pistol that sported ivory from the same piece I used. (sheath by Dave Cole)
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    Small neck knife out of O1 with carbon fiber handles and orange G10 liners.
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    First folder with a blade of O1 steel, titanium liners and tan G10 scales.
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    Filet knife made with stainless damascus. Handle is stacked with stabilzed burl wood, mammoth ivory and spacer material.
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    Push knife out of O1 steel, G10 handle and a Kydex sheath.
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    Folder with blade of 3V and desert ironwood handle. Liners are Ti.
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    Folder with a blade of CPM154CM, stainless damascus bolsters and handle of stabilized curly Koa.
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    And lastly, small gents knife made with stainless damascus, bolsters of 416SS and mammoth ivory handles.
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    Thanks for looking!
    Daigle
     
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  2. JMCNEES

    JMCNEES knifemaker Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    Great looking stuff Chris! I really like those folders!
     
  3. Will

    Will Zermeno Knives Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    That stainless damascus kitchen knife is pretty hot. :ross:
     
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  4. a.priddy

    a.priddy Little member

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    nice work on all! a nice variety
     
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  5. maganinooo

    maganinooo Average member

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    thats some awesome work man!! keep up the good work
     
  6. Chris Daigle

    Chris Daigle Half fast

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    Thanks all. :madaddy: I'll be adding to this in the next day or so.

    Daigle
     
  7. sheneniganer

    sheneniganer Grill Manager

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    The third pick is one of my favorites, the small neck knife :thumbsup:
     
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  8. Chris Daigle

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    Not sure what it is/was about that one. To this day it remians one of my wife's favorites. And it was a very early piece. Maybe one of the first ones when I got my KMG grinder, many moons ago. But thanks! :demented:
     
  9. Jnich67

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    Great designs.

    Jordan
     
  10. Greatwhite

    Greatwhite Huge member

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    :devilzeek
    The folder with the Stabilized curly Koa is...well...
    Damn, I'm at a loss for words!

    Fantastic blade, Brother!!
     
  11. Spyder_85

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    Your work is stunning. Nice job all the way around.
     
  12. underscoreMike

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    +1 :devilzeek

    Great job! I like seeing stuff like this, people taking pride in their creations.
    You can tell you love your work. KUDOS
     
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  13. oromoto

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    Very handsome looking knives!
     
  14. M. Hall Knives

    M. Hall Knives Knifemaker Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    All great work bud !!!! very cool
     
  15. Chris Martin

    Chris Martin phantom devil Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    Coated push knife....I LOOOOVE....full of win bro. Well done!

    Chris
     
  16. Chris Daigle

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    Thanks for the comments guys! :ross:

    Time to add this to the bunch:

    S30V blade, 6" long and 2 1/2" wide. Full flat grind with black G10 bolsters and stabilized redwood burl handle.
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    Edit: and look at that. Post #666! bwahahahaha
     
  17. M.Olexey

    M.Olexey capo of the Texas knifemaking mafia Brigade Member

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    Daaaaaamn!


    Sweet cutlery buddy.




    :molexey:
     
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  18. csshih

    csshih Illumination Supply 2 Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    more, sire bagel, more!!
     
  19. TALEL

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    Daaamn !!! Such a nice place they call Jerzee Devil...
    That infamous number... After all, let's face it, we're all riding on the highway to hell :bwah::bwah::bwah:.
    We got some nice stuffs right there. The push daggers are great.
     
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