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    Here's a Few I Finished Up and I Started Working On another . I Have My Youngest Working On Sheath for them Right Now .He Wants to Be More Involved In Knife Making With Me So I Started Teaching Him On How to Do Sheaths .Ha Ha Got to Love Free Child Labor .
    Well Here they Are
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    Handle Is In Birch Soaked In Teak Oil for 24 Hours.(Something New I'm Trying)

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    Hunter type Style Handle Is Tiger Bamboo.

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    Smaller Version Of My OX Blade I Make From Lawn Mower Blades Handle is Black Denium With Orange Linen Micarta

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    Not Sure What I'll Call This On But Here it is Handle Is Lignum Vitae (Nice Yellow's and Greens In the Wood )

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    Don't Drop it In the Brush

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    This Was Made From Scrap From When I Cut the Scales Out for the Fighter(Done By My 11 Year Old -He Calls It a Cheese Cutter)

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    Skinner I like the all. You make some reaally great looking knives. It is so nice that your sons are interested in making knives as well. They certainly have a very talented father to learn from.
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    very nice I'm glad your kid's want to help

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    very nice job, I particularly like the first one with it's hefty handle.

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    Nice blades and kudos on getting another generation into the craft!
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    If I were you, I would stay far away when your 11 yr old cuts the cheese. Just sayin...
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    They all look good. The birch makes a nice handle.
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    Nice work.
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    The first ones are real inspiring to me as I'm kind of moving back towards that style , but different.

    I like the clean simple lines that are so amazingly hard to get to come out dead on like that.

    Thank you for showing them.

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    Nice work! They remind me of some of the utility knives I grew up seeing on the lakes in Minnesota. Many of these blades were handmade by the user himself in his backyard shop.
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    Nice looking blades!

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    Nice stuff. I like how you combine tradational basics and highlight them with contemporary designs.
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    Fantastic!
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