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New postby James on Thu 19 May 2005 20:58

We just want pictures...

Here is one from me:
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Re: Show your knife

New postby webley webster on Thu 19 May 2005 21:27

JM wrote:Dozier are great knives!


Sheaths too!

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New postby James on Thu 19 May 2005 21:31

OK I agree, GREAT full-dot ;-)
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New postby le.freak on Fri 20 May 2005 07:02

here are some of mine:

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New postby phwl on Fri 20 May 2005 12:15

Here is a Nick Wheeler blade with handle and sheath made by myself.

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New postby Stew on Fri 20 May 2005 15:52

Here's one handled by Dave Barker.

His dye jobs are great!

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New postby SgtMike88Ret on Fri 20 May 2005 20:06

Here's a pair that I had the pleasure of working on with two of the nicest gents one could ever hope to call friend...

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New postby CatFisH on Sat 21 May 2005 03:25

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New postby James on Sat 21 May 2005 12:21

Waow, some extremely nice blades.
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New postby James on Sat 21 May 2005 16:39

Some more
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New postby le.freak on Sat 21 May 2005 17:41

ok, some more.
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New postby Walkabout on Sat 21 May 2005 20:56

Hi,

Here's one I'm most fond of... I made it from materials purchased from Brisa. The blade is by Trond, the handle is red/black dyed stabilized box elder, with a reindeer horn spacer. My first try at something like this. The sheath is by MikeT

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New postby French Kiss on Mon 23 May 2005 07:39

Wow, this one is nice, nice combination!
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New postby Walkabout on Mon 23 May 2005 16:05

French Kiss wrote:Wow, this one is nice, nice combination!


Thanks very much! :D

It will get its first taste of the outdoors on a canoe trip this coming weekend, and in about 5 weeks I'll be taking it on a week-long bushcraft course with Mors Kochanski... I can hardly wait!!

The knife was a bit tricky to make. In my drilling and shaping of the tang hole, without a drill press I didn't get the blade to align perfectly perpendicular to the block of wood for the handle, and it was also out of vertical alignment. The entire shaping of the handle had to be done taking this into account, in order to get things looking right. It was difficult to fight the natural desire to shape the handle symmetrically from the block!

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New postby Edd-UK on Mon 23 May 2005 19:38

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a alan wood and a Lord Farquhar wren. spyderco uk penknife for scale
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New postby James on Mon 23 May 2005 19:44

Yep walkabout, very nice knife you made!
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New postby Jdee on Tue 24 May 2005 01:59

Here is one of mine - the only one I kept. I call it the "Bush Baby" 154cm at 59-60HRC with a 2.5" blade(cutting edge).
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New postby Walkabout on Tue 24 May 2005 12:45

That's a great looking knife, Jdee. Looks to be the perfect size for most tasks around the camp site! I can understand not wanting to part with it. :)

Nice sheath as well. I briefly looked into trying to make my own, but soon realized how challenging that is... I left it to a professional!

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New postby Walkabout on Tue 24 May 2005 12:51

Since this thread started with A Dozier, thought I'd post a pic of my Dozier family :)

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New postby jamesraykenney on Tue 24 May 2005 15:56

Here are a few...
[img][405:680]http://home.swbell.net/jrkenney/Orange_Knives_Small.jpg[/img]
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top down
left to right
Case Seahorse Whittler Orange G-10
Gerber Rex Applegate W.C. Fairbairn Covert ATS-34 First Production Run(notice the lock behind the hinge screw)
Kershaw Ken Onion Boa "Speed Safe" CPM-440V
CRKT Bud Nealy Pesh-Kabz Folder AUS 6M
Opinel
BRKT Northstar Orange G-10 A-2 Tool Steel
BRKT Mikro II Canadian Orange G-10 12C27 Sandvick
Victorinox WorkChamp XL
Wenger/Bergeon Minathor(WatchMaker)

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Wenger something or other!
BRKT(Bark River) NorthStar(for comparison)
Frosts Mora
Camillus/Becker Knife & Tool BK-7 0170-6C carbon tool steel

[img][412:680]http://home.swbell.net/jrkenney/Yet_Mor ... s_0002.jpg[/img]
Dale Chudzinski Nessmuk Hand-Forged 15N20(I THINK)
BRKT NorthStar
Canal Street Cutlery Introductory Knife Set: Drop Point Hunter D2 tool steel (The blade is actualy mirror finished)
Vaugn/BRKT MiniAxe
Canal Street Cutlery Introductory Knife Set: Slim Trapper D2 tool Steel
Fällkniven U2 Laminated Super Gold Powder Steel 62HRC(Hardness)!!!
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New postby Fraser on Wed 25 May 2005 11:42

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New postby sencaus on Wed 25 May 2005 13:20

I didn't show yet this hunting knife here on OMF. It is one of mine favorite.

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I made it ten years ago and I'm using it when hunting in Bosnia.
Flat ground blade with convexed edge is from Uddeholm stainless AEB-L steel (shaver-blade steel), 10 cm in lenght (ca. 4 in.) and hardened on 62 HRC.
Handle slabs from Briar Burl, with stainless steel bolster,pins and lanyard tubing.
Handmade (dangler!!!) sheath from vegetable tanned cow hide with raw rand.

Greetings from the border!
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New postby James on Wed 25 May 2005 16:49

very nice knives here ;-)
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New postby Mike Tea on Thu 26 May 2005 02:28

Hey nice sheath ya got there Walkabout! :lol:
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New postby Walkabout on Thu 26 May 2005 04:07

Mike Tea wrote:Hey nice sheath ya there Walkabout! :lol:


Fancy meeting you here!

Your handiwork is beautiful... the sheath you made is just perfect!!

As you can see, I'm proud of the nice combination :D
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New postby mic201m on Sun 29 May 2005 22:20

some knives I've made , #19 being the last
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New postby Walkabout on Mon 30 May 2005 02:50

mic201m, sencaus, and everyone else... those are beautiful knives!! :o

Thanks for posting them!

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New postby nico on Mon 30 May 2005 15:53

Here is one of mine .... still have to make a sheath, though.

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Steel is O-2 and the wood is plum.

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New postby James on Tue 31 May 2005 11:24

Excellent guys, they are all superb and different!
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New postby mcniac on Tue 31 May 2005 14:42

some of my own ;)

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more later, when i upload more pics to my site

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