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9" Hunter

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by stevebates, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. stevebates

    stevebates Active Member

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    A 154CM 9" Hunter with blue dyed burl, mosaic pin and an array of 1/8" brass pins.

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    As always feedback welcome!!!
     
  2. Foster J

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    I really like the style of this knife. Well done.
     
  3. stevebates

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    Thanks J, this is my personal preference fits very comfortably in the hand yet just the right size to carry around if you wanted to..
     
  4. Rob W

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    holy crap man !! where do you find the time !!!!!!
     
  5. MarkJeffrey

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    Love the pin set up!! so cool
     
  6. stevebates

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    I keep asking myself the same question Rob...lol!!! And still no heat in the shop :(
     
  7. FORGE

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    It is so darn cold here today the epoxy would never set up with no heat in the shop.
    Nice knife steve I like that orange dot in the middle of the pin, just adds a touch of class to the knife.
     
  8. stevebates

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    Thanks Cal....I've taken over the kitchen counter for when I need to epoxy..lol!! See how long that lasts ;)
     
  9. TheCivilman

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    Nice Steve. Looks like one of your best. Love the pin arrangement. The last place I was at had no heat in the shop either. That's when you know you are dedicated. I bought a propane heater that worked okay.
     
  10. stevebates

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    Thanks Kevin I thought the pins would look kind of neat that way. Also I was supposed to have a gas line installed in the shop 2 weeks ago and still waiting boy would I like some heat. I have electric heaters but I'm to scared to turn them on $$$...lol!
     
  11. Rob W

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    BOUGHT ONE OF THESE FOR THE SHOP , TAKES THE EDGE OFF WHEN ITS 20 BELOW
     
  12. stevebates

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    that looks like a nice little compact unit Rob and I heard they put out quite a bit of heat too.
     
  13. Ryan Ladurantaye

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    I like this design. The only thing that stands out to me is the front two pins... The rear pins follow the flow at that end. A slight offset in the front would add a little extra balance ( in my eye ) but great work. That center mosaic pin just pops out. And I like the sheath too.
     
  14. TheCivilman

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    As usual I'm late to the party but that is the heater I had in my last shop and it worked great. Wasn't able to wear just a t-shirt but didn't have to dress like I was going ice fishing either.
     

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