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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by comoha, Feb 24, 2010.
Looks just about perfect. Beautiful swedge.
I hear you, Vince. Also, yeah, that is a sweetheart knife.
A trio of Menefee's, mammoth, stag, and cocobolo
Which one is your favorite? I know my vote, that exposed pivot pin stag.
Easily, the mammoth ivory dogleg with a wharncliffe secondary. Thin grinds and nice thick ivory. But I enjoy all three, carried and used.
Those are beauties Kris.
Thank you, my friend. Looking forward to Kansas City!
That Cocobolo really fits nice in your collection, Kris. Glad you like it! That Dogleg is stunning
As am I Kris. It was a great knife show last year and should be even better this year.
I wonder how people get one of Rick's knives. I tried calling the number from his website and never heard back from him, messaged him via this forum and facebook. I see his beautiful work on this forum and the internet but wonder does anybody know how to contact him to order a knife?
I think Rick is active on something called Facebook.
I've been speaking with him through Facebook. He's a busy man though, so you have to be patient. Have you added him as a friend?
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We made contact on facebook. Guys thanks for suggestion.
...showed up. This one is mine.
Guys I work 100hr weeks. I have not checked emails for months. This summer has been the wildest in my life. I mean no discrespect by not getting back with people. It's just the way and environment I live in.
Green micarta over orange liners, tapered tangs, perfect balance in hand.
All a deer hunter needs in one package John. What's the steel on those??
Awesome folder, the handles material is really nice. Micarta? One day i hope to own one of Rick's knifes.
Jake, sorry, but I don't know. Would guess 154CM but will ask Rick when I get a chance. Here's a couple pairs of the same style except in black over orange. You can see the tapered tang from above in this shot, Rick sure knows how to make them balanced.