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Discussion in 'Knives' started by stevos758, Feb 5, 2015.
Small update. Making progress.
You obviously have a natural talent, these look amazing
They're awesome stevos.
Got after some D2 tonight!
Lookin' good, Stevo!
The main grind is looking a bit steppedme, I guess from milling. How's that for the cutting abilities?
It's an interesting look btw, the knife's shape is just too bulky for my taste/needs
Maybe your next model will be more my
They are different, that's what's so cool about them
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Oh, I didn't say they aren't cool, I just wait for a decign that tickles my fancy a bit more
But it's always cool to make something unique
Love the full length jimping along the spine! definetly has a uniqueness to it. Great job,
Oh, I like those a lot!
Nothing on them puts me off, well the jimping a little but what the hell I'm up for something a bit different.
I'd buy one. That thing is freaking sweet!
That looks really good.
Thanks! Ill be sending this one out next week to get heat treated and ill finish her up.
Nice work! I bet if you make a carbidzed kiridashi Ti kneck knife, you would have a lot of people knocking on your door!
They look great! Love the orange on the second one.
The first one is coming back from heat treat! YAY!
Did this all today from concept to almost finished. Needs heat treat yet but id say it looks pretty good to me for my 2nd steel knife!
6" cutting surface
.242 tick steel.
OD micarta scales.
Very attractive knife. Nice job!!!
It would be cool to see what the blade looked like if you turned the cutting direction 90 degrees, so that the cut lines were perpendicular to the cutting edge instead of parallel. It would give a neat serrated type of look.