Traditional and Modern pairings

r8shell

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I’m carrying today a green mammoth/W2 slipjoint made by Cliff Parker which - by chance - I used to open a package from Cliff containing the other knife shown. I’ve shown the mammoth knife before. On the new one, Cliff made an interesting 1080/15N20 ladder pattern (220 layers), using old rag micarta scales and even a little dot of micarta in the thumbstud; anodized Ti liners; and heat colored stainless screws. This one is the first bolsterless knife he’s made. A more than decent traditional/modern pair from the same maker
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I’m carrying today a green mammoth/W2 slipjoint made by Cliff Parker which - by chance - I used to open a package from Cliff containing the other knife shown. I’ve shown the mammoth knife before. On the new one, Cliff made an interesting 1080/15N20 ladder pattern (220 layers), using old rag micarta scales and even a little dot of micarta in the thumbstud; anodized Ti liners; and heat colored stainless screws. This one is the first bolsterless knife he’s made. A more than decent traditional/modern pair from the same maker
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Those are really nice David.
 

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I’m carrying today a green mammoth/W2 slipjoint made by Cliff Parker which - by chance - I used to open a package from Cliff containing the other knife shown. I’ve shown the mammoth knife before. On the new one, Cliff made an interesting 1080/15N20 ladder pattern (220 layers), using old rag micarta scales and even a little dot of micarta in the thumbstud; anodized Ti liners; and heat colored stainless screws. This one is the first bolsterless knife he’s made. A more than decent traditional/modern pair from the same maker
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Masterpieces, David! It's a pleasure seeing them.
 
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