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Bird N Trout

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by parker, Feb 25, 2018.

  1. parker

    parker Active Member

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    1084 carbon steel
    stone wash finish did not turn out in this pic but looked good in person for the first attempt..
    leather not by me but a maker in Texas
    this was a gift from former co workers and myself to a team member that moved on to new company and everyone had learned a lot from him and wanted to show their appreciation. he was with out words.
    actually got hired on at the same place he left to the next day after getting the order haha [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  2. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker

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    Stunning gift.
     
  3. parker

    parker Active Member

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    Thanks Dan:) he was blown away. It was a cool experience seeing someone get it with out a clue
     
  4. SDMay

    SDMay Active Member

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    Very nice Nick. What did you use to do the jimping on the spine?
     
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  5. parker

    parker Active Member

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    It' a very handy file. Checkering file 20lpi
     
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    SDMay Active Member

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    I thought they looked a little too perfect to be done by hand. I have thought that a checkering file would be good to use on the flats of you handle for skinning or fileting knives. Give some grip in the wet.
     
  7. parker

    parker Active Member

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    Yes that's for sure it's really grippy. Me and my customers love it
     
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