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Damascus Hunter

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by LeclairKnives, Mar 20, 2016.

  1. LeclairKnives

    LeclairKnives Active Member

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    This is one of my larger hunters made this one from alabama damascus.
    It is "9 overall with a 5" blade and some crazy Australian York Gum burl handles with stainless pins.
    Trying somthing new with the sheath so I'll post up pics of that some other time.

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  2. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker

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    Looking good Jason. Very cool how the Damascus pattern and burl pattern work together.
     
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  3. Jim T

    Jim T Active Member

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    Niiiice!
     
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  4. SoberEdge

    SoberEdge StonehurstKnives on Instagram

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    That looks great, the two patterns really complement each each other. Nice choices!!
     
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  5. krash-bang

    krash-bang Active Member

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    Wow, that's one nice knife. I agree with the others on the choice of handle material, you nailed it!
     
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  6. LeclairKnives

    LeclairKnives Active Member

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    Thanks guys. I had been saving that block for about 4 years for just the right project.
    This one seemed to be the right one
    :)
     
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  7. Icho-

    Icho- Staff Member

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    Looks great. Like everyone else said. The wood is an excellent match.
     
  8. Slannesh

    Slannesh Active Member

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    Love this one, I'll echo what everyone else said about the pattern of the steel and scales working so well together... The contrast from dark to light I really like too!
     

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