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Ochoco Hunter, one of my latests
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Thought Id share some more knives with you all
This one was made for donation to a shooting range I compete at alot.
Specs are
Forged W2 Blade with satin finish
Stacked nickel silver guard
Spalted maple burl handle
It now lives in the Ochocos of Oregon so hence the name.



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Beautiful. tu2
 
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Great work Romey tu2 I just picked up a set of spalted maple burl slabs like yours. I don't know whether to make a handle out of them or frame them! Wink



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Very nice! tu2
 
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Thanks fellas!


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Romey,

Great knives!

How do you like that W2 steel?

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Fantastic!
 
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This is one very impressive knife, I really, really like it.
 
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what material is the red material in the guard?
 
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Romey, that's once beautiful knife you made there. All the lines and proportions are absolutely right, and your choice of handle material impeccable.
Welcome to Oregon; the Ochocos are lovely.


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I've never been much of a knife guy, but that could change if I look at this porn for awhile.
 
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Thanks all for the kind words Im glad you like it.
David C: I have been using W1 and W2 steel for a long time now, long before it was in vogue in custom knife world. I have used others but with my set up its tops.
The red is just a spacer material.
Again thanks all!


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