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Thread: 10" clip point CPMS35vn and pine cone.

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    Default 10" clip point CPMS35vn and pine cone.

    I pretty much just make hunting knives, the next knives I make will be Chefs knives, I have never made Chefs knives, and I have never worked with 52100 steel, so it will be the first for both...I'm up for something different, my Chefs knives will have a lot of my style or methods what ever the word is, probably turn out looking like hunting knives...lol.

    10'' total length
    blade is 5" cpms35vn stainless steel
    handle is blue stabilized pine cone with 416 stainless bolster one 1/4" mosaic 9 1/16 nickel silver pins and a 1/4" lanyard tube.
    Sheath is 9oz veggie tanned leather.

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    Another beauty.... for sure....
    I like the hunting knife styles.

    Yeah we like what we like....My idea of my favorite chef's knive would look a lot like a Russel Green-river....or an Old Hickory Butcher Knife
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    Wow I have never seen pine cone handle before. Beautiful.

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    Another gorgeous knife. We'll name that one Blue Fin. The scales look like...well...scales.

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    Nope. This one is clearly a mutant blue pike .

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    Chef's choice and victoria is my first kitchen knife.

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    That handle is amazing, never seen anything quite like it before. Nice job!
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    Very nice work!

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