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Discussion in 'Other Weapons' started by Dan308, Apr 30, 2012.
Here is a new one I just finished. Elk antler for the handle. Old timey look
Looks nice. How long would you say it takes from start to finish on one of your knifes?
Looks great! If you ever end up making too many knives(Like that'll happen) you should give some to me. (^-^)
This person got talent!!! Great knife
it probably takes 8-10 hours of time over 3 or 4 days. Then you have to make the sheath, that's extra. Gives me something to do. Thanks for the good comments
Nice looking knife! I've visited your site and seen your work and I'm impressed!
If you don't mind my asking, what's the flintlock behind the knife?
it's a custom made .45. it was made by Bill Mullemis the wood is really fine and overall condition is too. had it for about 25 years
The way your blades keep the scoring (for a lack of a better term) of the original material is very, very nice.
very nice work!