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These knives will be going in the mail soon. They were made for a forum member. The handle material on the top knife is fiddleback Myrtle and tiger Myrtle for the bottom knife. The beautiful wood was provided by Cecil Fredi.

Lee
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Simply outstanding, Lee! tu2
 
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I think I like the profile of the bottom one better. Big Grin Great looking knives!
 
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jfromswk,

Both knives are from the same pattern. There might be some slight differences because I grind everything free hand, without the use of jigs of any kind. I am not the best photographer, so I think the difference in profiles you are seeing is because they are sitting on the sheaths at different angles.

Regardless, I appreciate your comment.

Thanks,
Lee
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What steel did you use? Very nice knives.


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Gatogordo,

I am using O1. Thank you for your comment.

Lee
 
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do you make a hunter, skinner, caper set that goes in the same sheath. It would be fun to see a photo of it.
 
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Simple. Elegant.
Well done, again, Lee.
Zeke
 
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lindy2,

I make the three types of knives you listed, but have never made a combined sheath for all three. That's a little beyond my leather working abilities.

ZekeShikar,

Thank you.

Lee
 
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Lee, your talent is easy to see in your knives.

Leather work is easy for a man w/ your talent/skill.
I taught myself. You can too.
One thing I will have you do when you make my knives/sheaths is make the sheath a crossdraw.
Just a thought.
 
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I can't wait for my set!


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