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the Rebel fighter

Lon Humphrey May 17, 2014

  1. Lon Humphrey

    Lon Humphrey Moderator Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    allow me to introduce the newest in my line of tactical knives
    the Rebel

    i think its a fitting name considering that its a stock total stock removal knife as opposed to a forged knife ( total blasphemy!!)

    around my part of the state of Ohio there was a attack by a southern general during the civil war called Morgans Raid or the Great raid of 1863

    For 46 days as they rode over 1,000 miles (1,600 km), Morgan's Confederates covered a region from Tennessee to northern Ohio. The raid coincided with the Vicksburg Campaign and the Gettysburg Campaign, although it was not directly related to either campaign. However, it served to draw the attention of tens of thousands of Federal troops away from their normal duties and strike fear in the civilian population of several Northern states. Repeatedly thwarted in his attempts to return to the South by hastily positioned Union forces and state militia, Morgan eventually surrendered what was left of his command in northeastern Ohio. He escaped through Ohio, and casually took a train to Cincinnati, where he crossed the Ohio River.


    what i fond MOST interesting about this story was that he was under orders NOT to attack the north behind the lines
    so even among the rebels he was a rebel... i kinda like that

    so here it is

    the Rebel

    1095 steel 7 1/4 inch blade 5 inch handle
    black linen Micarta
    main bevel is a flat grind the secondary is a scandi
    thanks for looking

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  2. Mr.LaBella

    Mr.LaBella ←The № 1 Devil→ Administrator

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    Looking real good, homie! :madaddy::thumbsup:

    Now, about this "super steel" talk :devilcorn:
     
  3. Lon Humphrey

    Lon Humphrey Moderator Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    if it sells well then well talk about another run in something like the new powdered D2 that Mike was talking about
     
  4. six

    six straight up pimp

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    Sweeet Sauce:thumbsup:
     
  5. Lon Humphrey

    Lon Humphrey Moderator Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    this
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    will be at BLADE show
     
  6. Buffalohump

    Buffalohump Off the reservation

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    Holy shit that is wicked cool!!! I do prefer the top non-tanto blade profile though....
     
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  7. Lon Humphrey

    Lon Humphrey Moderator Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    i have 5 of the pokey points for blade and 4 of the tanto points


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  8. M.Olexey

    M.Olexey capo of the Texas knifemaking mafia Brigade Member

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    That's damn cool!
     
  9. Charlie Mike

    Charlie Mike paranoid nutjob Brigade Member

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    I'm carrying the pokey variant right now. I really want one in a super steel.
     

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