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Never thought I'd say this about a cooking implement, but that is bad-assed! Btw, where's Yulan, I never heard of it?
Seconds please, great deal!
In contrast to my other Bagwells that are Satan's Lace damascus and stag, I went with a carbon steel blade and a wood handle. I wanted a period...
Thanks Joe and Bob! Like OldPhysics I love seeing these posts and look out for them. To me, Bill's work stands alone in Bowies.
Would love to see it, too.
I'm curious, too.
I read it was designed to cut through the skins of aircraft/vehicles using a lever action and the rounded top surface like a big can opener. The...
That looks great! You have probably seen the Wilde Weavery straps, but just in case you haven't click on "Straps" in the menu on the left. They...
My guess is warped at 200+ years old, a history of use and some major visible cracks, but I would not pretend to be an expert in such...
I'd love to see it!
Please forgive the knives in the pic - it is one I already had handy. The 'hawks were made by an Amish blacksmith from Ohio, Crist Burkholter,...
Great post! Thanks for sharing that and always nice to see pics of Bill and his work.
Thanks for posting those - I always love seeing Bill's work. The pattern of that Damascus is gorgeous. Congratulations on the hunt with Bill.
Beautiful fish and thanks for posting the Bagwells!
Thanks for posting those. It's hard to see enough of Bill's work.
Are the brown o'rings Viton or one of the oxygen compatible compounds?
Joe, that's an awesome Bowie with plenty more to back it up in the case.
Thanks for the kind words Joe and everyone else. Bill has mentioned the big one to me, made as a favor to his longtime customer and friend. I...