Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by Paul Mason, Sep 7, 2016.
African Black wood Dagger
935 silver shields
220 mm overall length
Holy $#!^ Paul!!! That is insane! Outside of your usual for sure, but pulled off amazingly!
Wow that is nice .
Gorgeous! Is that another layer of the blackwood the same thickness as the white liner material ?
well I are thick today, looking thinking awesome but how does it fold?
Thanks lads, great comments!
The black and white layer are fibre spacers, 0.8mm and 0.5mm thick.
Ah ok ...from the last picture it almost looked like wood instead of spacer. Still very impressive
As the kids say, that is tight and right. Great job.
I like the handle insert and spacers... Very nice job!
Very clean, precise workmanship.
Something really cool about a smaller, slender knife that is well made like this one. It's more like an instrument rather than a knife. I like it a lot.
Love it. Beautifully done Paul. Wow!
For some reason I have old Nickle silver spoons on the bench, finally figured out I could use the handles to make some nice crests like you did on this knife. Pays to be a pack rat some days
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