Got any customized Schrades?

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That is a beauty. I've seen his work before on some Schrade budding knives. He has inspired me to re-work a few 175's. I've given most of them away to friends and family.
Here's a Craftsman 95224 (maybe Camillus?) that was cleaned up and rehandled by Herman Williams

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51 OT and 881, handled in fossil ivory by Dale Vincent. Scan is not very good. There is actually some nice grain in the ivory on the 51. Some day I will learn how to use a camera.
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Nice knives! Dale does some great work, doesn't he?! And I like the look of that 51OT with the ivory. I've got one I have been thinking about sending out and having done in bark mammoth ivory. Maybe even blue if I can find, and afford it.

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Thanks for posting more great customs guys! I love seeing them!

Thought I'd add my customs to this thread. I forgot about it when I posted new threads and it's nice to see all these fine customized Schrades in one place. First is my Dale Vincent 6OT and then pics of my Brian Yellowhorse LB-1 and my fileworked 7OT although I don't know who did the work on this last one.

Dale Vincent mammoth ivory and water buffalo horn 6OT:
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Brian Yellowhorse malachite, white turquoise and abalone LB-1:
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unknown customizer fileworked stag 7OT:
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Gentlemen --

Amazing diversity and excellent quality of fit and finish :thumbup:

The more I see of the mammoth ivory and it's variations in appearance - Just WOW!!

-- Howie
 
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Very nice, Dave! Like i said, Dale does great work, but that little LB1 just knocks me out! It's amazing to me that someone put that much time and effort into such a little knife. I've got one or two customized LB1's myself, including a stag handle one, but that Yellowhorse is just over the top!
 
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Very nice, Dave! Like i said, Dale does great work, but that little LB1 just knocks me out! It's amazing to me that someone put that much time and effort into such a little knife. I've got one or two customized LB1's myself, including a stag handle one, but that Yellowhorse is just over the top!

Thanks Dave. I agree completely. Great minds think alike lol I see a lot of Yellowhorse Buck knives but not many Schrades. The Yellowhorse LB7 Timstools posted on page one of this thread is gorgeous as well.
 
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I took the plunge today and bought the LB5 that matches my Yellowhorse LB1. The two deserved to stay together and I'm glad I could make it happen. I haven't got it yet but here's one pic to whet our appetites until I can take some better ones. :)

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now that is a gorgeous LB 5. wonder if there is an LB 7?

Thanks Delmas. I am definitely wondering the same. An LB3 would be good too.

I asked the vendor how many of these knives were made and he replied that there were only two of each made making this a very limited Yellowhorse edition but I'm going to try and get in contact with Brian himself to confirm this. I'm gonna ask about an LB3 and LB7 when I do. I will let you know...
 
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This was a Sample Gold Etched "Ruger" PH1 Blade from the Schrade USA Factory Sale.( Dagger Dan ) Chrisman from Bonner Springs, Kansas finished the knife with the Soldiered Single Brass Finger Guard and Mammoth Tooth Slabs as well as the Loveless Birdseye rivets.
Dans a super guy. who does meticulous work. Got one of his bowies, not damascus which he prefers. It's I believe the largest bowie he ever made however. Had it for 15-20 years now.
 
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