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Just finishing these up. A Semi-Skinner with African Wenge handle and a Drop Point Hunter with Desert Ironwood handle.

The Semi-Skinner is headed to Geedubya.

Thanks for Looking,
Lee

http://baumgarthandmadeknives.blogspot.com/
baumgartknives@gmail.com



 
Posts: 569 | Location: Vancouver, WA | Registered: 28 June 2010Reply With Quote
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Looking good Lee!!
tu2 +1

PM your way.

Thanx,

GWB
 
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I like that little humpy pointed knife!!
 
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Thanks for the comments.

Lost Okie, I'm kind of fond of the "little humpy pointed knife" too. I am working on another one with some of the fiddleback Myrtle that was left over from Use Enough Gun's knives. How was the Blade Show?

Lee
 
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Lee;
Blade show was a good one. Sold some knives; saw some old friends; some new clients and some orders. If it wasn't a 13 hour drive I would like it more!
 
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Lee: You never disappoint! Great knives as usual! tu2
 
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Oh my! Those things are beauties Lee!
We might need to talk again when I get physically and financially healed up from a couple upcoming sheep hunts.
I sure like my little "humpy point" knife from Lee.
Zeke
 
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Use Enough Gun and ZekeShikar,

Thank you for your comments.

Here's a couple of quick photos of the fiddleback Myrtle Semi-Skinner.

Lee


 
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This is not fair.


I meant to be DSC Member...bad typing skills.

Marcus Cady

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very nice maple
 
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Guys,

Thank you for the comments.

Lee
 
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Lee made me the sister to this knife handle in fiddleback myrtle to go with my fiddleback myrtle-stocked 300 WSM. Love it! tu2
 
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Originally posted by Lee Baumgart:
Use Enough Gun and ZekeShikar,

Thank you for your comments.

Here's a couple of quick photos of the fiddleback Myrtle Semi-Skinner.

Lee




LOVE that design and the use of local woods as well
 
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