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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by TattooBlade, Jun 21, 2018.
You won't be disappointed. His work is exceptional and his prices are fair.
Really need a better pic of this one and the mammoth I posted 2nd
Thank you. I am very lucky to own theses knives. They are about as good as it gets.
Oh man... drool factor off the charts
Gorgeous knives you guys!
Long and picture heavy sorry hard to do on little phone screen. Missing a few but big chunk of my current line up : )
Steve Dunn in mammoth w/meteorite shield
Lloyd stacked leather
Jeff Mutz in antler
Andy Fannin Rams horn
Lloyd Rabbit Knife
Lloyd fossilized whale bone
Steve Dunn is one of the best! That knife is off the charts, Drew!
Great selection Drew. Each one is stunning on its own.
Thank you both! Appreciate it : )
As long as I'm throwing compliments your way Drew. This too was yours, great taste, thanks.
Here's one from Brent Cramer that has been posted many times before. Lanny's Clip Jr., CPM-154 and Amber Stag.
Ooh la la!
Very nice. I like the feel in hand of the smaller lannys patterns. What are the specs on that one Gary?
Two of my favorites
JD Ellis, Lanny's Clip.
R. Cover, Drop Point
I've never carried a custom as much as I am carrying this one...
Beautiful stuff, people!
Lloyd Slim Trapper
Campbell Bighorn Hunter
No safe queens in this outfit:
Jeff, I'm with you on the Davenport train. Never had a BCMW knife, but I like his take on HT and all the experimentation he does with different steels. Davenport's grinding is the best I've seen, and the fit an finish he achieves is beyond impressive, given that he just bought a grinder one day and started playing in his garage.
Here's my current Davenport, which I designed, made of .09" stock 52100 at 62HRC:
I'm a bit of a tweaker, and after using it for a while, I made some updates to my design. Should be done this weekend or next week maybe. This time, we're doing .06" A2 at 63HRC.
Then again, this one might be. You guys will find this interesting. The final step:
Maybe a safe queen?