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Back Pocket

Discussion in 'Folders' started by Paul Mason, Apr 23, 2016.

  1. Paul Mason

    Paul Mason Member

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    Back pocket 4.75" closed
    3 1/2" hollow ground blade
    RWL-34 steel
    Red gum burl scales
    Bullet shield

    Cheers, Paul


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  2. John Noon

    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    truly nice and have to admit I prefer this to the fashionable tactical stuff out there
     
  3. Paul Mason

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    Thanks John, so do i, there is no contest!

    Paul
     
  4. bobbybirds

    bobbybirds Best New Maker

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    Paul, you build EXACTLY the kinds of knives I strive one day to make myself. I know it sounds cheesy, but you always inspire me with every new piece you create! I have to get through these few commitments I have made and move on to the things I truly want to do...

    Beauty back pocket!!!
     
  5. Icho-

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    Wow. So nice!
     
  6. PeterP

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    Museum piece! nice one Paul!
     
  7. Paul Mason

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    Well, do it Bob! Its the only way son.
    It Takes patience and huge amount of your soul to make these knives, practice, practice and more practice! Just do it!

    Cheers

    Paul
     
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  8. krash-bang

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    Another beauty Paul! Very nice.
     
  9. Slannesh

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    Love your work Paul. I'm usually not a fan of this style of knife myself, but I can tell just by the pictures that these are amazingly high quality pieces. The fit and finish is superb and very impressive.
     
  10. John Noon

    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    What is impressive is that pictures seem to highlight any of the tinniest mistake in fit and finish. So when you don't see them then the knife in person is even more impressive.

    Maybe it is just my camera that highlights defects?
     
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  11. bobbybirds

    bobbybirds Best New Maker

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    That is the excuse I use! Lol!
     
  12. Paul Mason

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    Thanks for the kind comments Guys, much appreciated!
    I try to take honest photos, with no enhancements or photoshopping, i am not clever enough to do so! So what you see is what you get.

    It takes a week of hard work to make these, you really have to want to, or else you will give up pretty quick.

    Cheers

    Paul
     
  13. Slannesh

    Slannesh Active Member

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    It definitely shows Paul. They're beautiful knives. The fit and finish are as near to perfect as any of us are likely to get. I would imagine they're more impressive in person :)
     
  14. Grouch

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    Beautiful workmanship Paul
     

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