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Discussion in 'Carothers Performance Knives' started by Lorien, Jun 17, 2016.
I wonder what he's inscribed under your scales
Maybe some voodoo jinx verses inscribed on my sweet sweet D3Vs? Good thing I'm a man of science who doesn't believe in them mumbo jumbos
I'm trying to track down some Osage. I've never seen it in person or had the opportunity to work with it. Folks rave about it and say in person it is very chatoyant. Photos don't show this quality (of any wood, really) so I'll have to get my hands on some.
I'll see if I can get ahold of some ... I cut a bunch for an old farmer here and I know he sold a good bunch to Amish that have a huge sawmill and make furniture south of town. I'll check with them next time I can get out that way.
I know some of it was nice looking when finished ... it wasn't as chatoyant as some maple or koa but it looked nice.
The biggest part of what I cut is in piles for fence posts.
In for all!
I hope that will be enough, Osage is my Personal favorite
Something simple for ol’ Bloodlust.
What a coincidence. Our horse Toby is a big fan of carrots and the CPK’s that cut them.
Love the EDC sheath who made it?. Toby looks pretty sweet too.
The chatoyance varies greatly. Sometimes it basically absent.
wow, nice photo!
Why thank you. Nice knife
All in my brain...
Not for a long long time
I love Osage Orange. I am all in when you get around to cutting up those logs from your aunts farm. Wait a minute, could this have anything to due with Mystery Wood? If so I beg you to PM me so I can change my DEK1 preorder, or is that cheating Here is my example of Osage on a 7 year old user that is aging well
I’m sure the OP will answer. I’m 99.9% sure that’s Horsewright leather sheath. He’s a member on BF and posts over in leather section. Super nice guy and great leather