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    I reckon that rascal ought to be done by now and broken in. You've probably kilt a bar or two with it for sure. We need some pics!!!!


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    Here you go rick, you can play with this one until he gets the little one finished.

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    Crikey! That's getting out there with the Mosin candle holders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    I reckon that rascal ought to be done by now and broken in. You've probably kilt a bar or two with it for sure. We need some pics!!!!
    Wow! Didn't realize anyone had replied after that. Sorry Rick, I wasn't ignoring you. For some reason this didn't show on my threads as having received a reply after I looked at it last. Weird.

    No it is still pretty much as you saw it in the last pics I posted. Where I send my knives for Heat Treat offers the same price for 20 lbs of knives as it costs to have 4 done at the same time. So I am trying to get as many done as I can Within that weight limit to save on Money. Trying to use up what steel I have to get it off. I think it's funny though, Dottie liked this knife, but said it was Too Big! Soooo I made a similar knife for her. So far I have just profiled it and drilled pin holes, still lots more to do. Hold on let me get some pics of it for you........

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    You can't call it the "Sarge" unless you have a hollow handle.

    I like the Mr. and Mrs. version. Make sure the scales and sheaths match with a "his" and "hers" label.
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