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    Default Brown & Tan Crashcarta

    Here's one that is just about done. D2 steel, Crashcarta scales. The small spots on the blade are rain drops.

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    That is just crazy good looking. It looks like wood. I like the pattern in the sheath, too.

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    Ya, thats right, we knew him when he was just another schlub on the forum, and now he is a talented schlub
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    That's Mr. Schlub to you. (I handle the riff raff for him).

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    Nice looking knife.
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    Good looking knife Crash! I like that it looks like wood but is no much more resilient than wood!
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    oh that is one sweet looking blade!
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    Hay Crash! Remember this one (2009).

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    Thankfully I've gotten a little better at knife making (I didn't make that one), Crashcarta and sheath making.
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    The blade is a Remington, the rest is all you. I love it anyway.
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    That's one purdy knife.
    How DOES he do it?!

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    Just one word.... FANTABULOUS!!
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    I really like that one!! It looks a lot like an exotic wood. Great work!

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    Wow, very nice! I love your Crashcarta.

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