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Turley Knife Pictures

Discussion in 'Turley Knives' started by IA Woodsman, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    El-done-o. On to sheaths.

    Grand River with Natural canvas scales, g10 orange sandwich spacer, natural canvas tang spacer and brass pins
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    Dogwood with brass plate still needs a sheath
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    Dogwood with stabilized blue curly maple scales, 1/8" brown micarta pins and a varied convex grind

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    Thanks for stopping in.
    Iz
     
  2. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Sheaths done...Well mostly. I have one more Grand River sheath to finish tomorrow.

    The piggy back sheath for the grand river. With a drop loop
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    Dogwood with a brass pommel plate, dark brown micarta scales, and 1/8" o.d. green canvas micarta spacers.
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  3. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Soldier River with stabilized walnut burl scales, thin white g10 spacers
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    Green River with bone g10 and 1/8" natural canvas micarta spacers
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    A little piney and a horizontal dogwood sheath for previous knife orders
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    Green river with bone g10 scales and 1/8" black g10 spacers
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    Hope you dig 'em. Thanks for looking as always.
    Iz
     
  4. wildmike

    wildmike

    Nov 17, 2007
    Iz those are all looking fantastic!!! Can't wait till mine comes up!
     
  5. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, brother!
    Iz
     
  6. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    The finished sere bolos for this cycle of sere specialist graduates.
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    Hope you dig 'em.
     
  7. wildmike

    wildmike

    Nov 17, 2007
    Those look fantastic Iz! The guys are gonna love em. Then they'll beat the tar out of em.
     
  8. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, Mike! I appreciate it.
    Iz
     
  9. AA Forge

    AA Forge Custom Knife Maker Moderator

    Apr 8, 2010
    Those are some nice knives!

    Great job Iz.:thumbup:
     
  10. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, Adam!:thumbup:




    El batch-o el done-o......except for one sheath.

    The grand river re-handle
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    These two are a set with special specs. The s.r. has an extended handle and an old style blade. The Niangua has an extended handle. They both have handle thicknesses specified by the customer (thick with little contour).

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  11. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Model 25 Mississippi

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    Soldier River
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    Hope you like 'em.
     
  12. LMT66

    LMT66 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 18, 2008
    Those all looks great Iz!
     
  13. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, brother!
     
  14. LMT66

    LMT66 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 18, 2008
    Photobucket dump.....
     
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  15. grindonyou

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    Sep 21, 2006
    Damn Iz, Those bolos turned out sweet . Great work!
     
  16. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Thanks, brother. I appreciate it.:thumbup:

    Here's how the last batch turned out.

    S.R. with a pommel plate, black g10 and sandwich spacers/ full height grind
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    Boone's branch with fish scaler spine and carmel micarta
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    Niangua River with Bethlehem olive wood scales
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  17. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Burris fork with full height grind, forest green micarta scales and 1/8" o.d. green micarta spacers
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    S.R. with Rose wood scales, 1/8" red g10 spacers and pommel plate. ( I love rosewood, it looks antiqued as soon as you put it on a knife.)

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    Cooper's creek with osage orange scales
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    Those aren't burn marks by the way, this osage had a weird grain structure underneath that I've never seen before. Dark grain down in the middle layers of the wood.
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  18. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    And finally the replacement for my wounded dogwood.
    A Gasconade with o.d. camo green g10 scales, 1/8" orange spacers and a pommel plate. 5/32" thick full height grind. I even made a matching firesteel so I could be one of the cool kids.

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    Thanks for looking and I hope you dig 'em.
     
  19. bindlestitch

    bindlestitch

    Oct 23, 2006
    Sheaths done.
    Four leather one kydex.
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    Sorry about the pictures being so bright, it was to sunny and I was to lazy to get out my filter thingy.
    Hope ya dig 'em and thanks for looking.
     
  20. AA Forge

    AA Forge Custom Knife Maker Moderator

    Apr 8, 2010
    Great work Iz!:thumbup:
     

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