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Discussion in 'JK Handmade Knives' started by JK Knives, Jan 10, 2009.
Very cool! I just ordered it on Amazon.
It’s pretty good, my copy is autographed to me. I had a lot of phone conversations with the author, he’s a nice guy.
I just checked, that’s the wrong book!(still a good one). This is the one my knife is in, the second in the series.
Thats bad ass. I picture one in my future
Received my Compact Tool yesterday. GREAT work John! She is beautiful and a feels fantastic in hand.
This model should be more popular than it is.
I’ve always really liked the look of that design.
his and hers
Also this mud turtle has become my favorite knife this size. Absolutely love this thing!
Really like how it shows that it has been used well.
This one has seen a lot of kitchen use recently. And of course anytime I need to do some wood processing it’s the axe and the turtle that come along which sadly haven’t got to do much of that.
The lemons on our small lemon tree in the back yard are getting big. The Bluegill is checking on them once again...
2 recent GREAT JK's... Improved Bowie, Burlap Micarta and Red Liners and Worker B&T, Ebony, Red Liners
I believe that’s the only Worker I ever made in ebony, gives it a classy look.
My Element overseeing some wood spitting today...
First post here, first JK and first custom. - I'm in line for an EO1 hunter next year! I've been enjoying going through old pictures on this forum while looking forward to my new knife and came across this. What is the smaller knife? Thanks.
I believe that’s an early Bushcrafter.
Welcome to my forum!
Combat Tanto straight from heat treating. I based this design off of early models from Ernest Emerson and Wally Hayes