I found these 2 pictures in the camera from some time ago. These are the only 2 I have in
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This is a Coupe Back Clip Point. I call it a Coupe Back because it reminded me of one of
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December 27, 2005

Rhino-Whacker!

Just off the bench. I haven’t any idea what to call this knife. It just happened. I had an odd
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December 11, 2005

Scarab Knife

The details of the Scarab knife are: Desert Ironwood sits on RWL-34 for both layers of steel. The knife is
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This theme knife is, of course, a fairly nontraditional piece. An impression of a Hornet should creep in somewhere or
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This one came and went already. I finished it mid-week and Friday it was spoken for. A www.jerzeedevil.com forumite picked
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This one just came off the bench. ATS-34 sporting a concave bolster high lighted by some awesome Amboyna burl. This
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CPM S30V steel with a mirror hollow grind and near mirror flats are handled with blue and tan mammoth ivory.
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Box Elder Boot Dagger: Spear point with false sharp edge on top that can be easily sharpened. If you want
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This guy I just finished last week. It’s 154CM with an ironwood stippled handle. 154CM steel with a 10” hollow
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October 28, 2005

The Twins!

Here is a pair I finished up a couple weeks ago. This pair of knives, whimsically named The Twins will
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I didn’t want you to think I had gone anywhere. Here is the Singapore dagger, designed by Jorgen Wallgren that
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BG-42 stainless steel, .189″ thick, blade length is 4 3/4″, OAL is 9 1/2″. Paul Bos heat treat. 8″ hollow
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BG-42 stainless, .189 thick heat treated by Paul Bos. The blade is 4 3/4″ long and 9 3/4″ total length.
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