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Model 32 Haw Creek chisel knife

Discussion in 'Turley Knives' started by bindlestitch, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Yo, guys.
    This is the new chisel knife I have been testing for the past month or so.
    Hope you dig it.
    I run my yapper for about the first half, if you don't want to hear all that you can get straight to the action if you fast forward to about the middle.
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  2. AA Forge

    AA Forge Custom Knife Maker Moderator

    Apr 8, 2010
    That's an interesting idea; I like it!

    Great work Iz:thumbup:
     
  3. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, Adam!
     
  4. gerberbmf

    gerberbmf

    187
    Oct 17, 2009
    Quite an interesting concept Iz and clearly has advantages over using the long edge for notching work. I must admit I didn't take to the idea of boring using the outside corner of the blade it was freaking me out waiting for the hand slip with the long edge up!!
     
  5. Bellyededge

    Bellyededge

    41
    Nov 6, 2010
    What can I say.... I love it!! I will get one, if you decide to make more of them. BTW did the pummelplate survive the beating?
     
  6. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, guys. I appreciate the feedback.
    Belly,
    These are available for order now if you'd like one. Wait time is running around three years from the date of order.
    You can fill out a quote request here if you'd like:
    http://www.turleyknives.com/hawcreekquoterequest.htm
    Yeah, the pommel plate stood up to the beating which sorta surprised me. I figured g10 might but I wasn't sure about the micarta. So far it's still going strong.
    Thanks again, guys.
     

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