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A Quachita Hunter in bubinga and a Dark Timber in Damascus with a stabilized bison handle.
 
Posts: 350 | Location: oklahoma | Registered: 01 August 2006Reply With Quote
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Nice knives! tu2
 
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That'll work!
What are the measurements on the "Dark Timber"?


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Posts: 5051 | Location: Muletown | Registered: 07 September 2001Reply With Quote
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Hi Forrest; you guys o k? Looks pretty bad down there.
5 inch blade just over 3/16's thick. 4 1/4 inch handle.
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That'll work!
What are the measurements on the "Dark Timber"?
 
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Do like the Dark Timber.

Hope you have a good show in Atlanta.

Best,

GWB
 
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Thanks G. W.; just getting to Atlanta from here is going to be a mess. I don't think any of the brides over the Red are open.
 
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Mike, I like the engraving. You did good.


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Thank you for the kind words.
A conundrum; if you will.
We're flooded so they shut down the rural water. National Guard hauling in water.
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How would these be used as a pair? they seem quite similar.
 
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lindy; they are quite different in hand. It's like having two 06's in the cabinet.
Mike
 
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they are beautiful knives, and I know they feel very different in the hand. I have never been able to get used to using a knife where the handle was lower than the blade.
 
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they are beautiful knives, and I know they feel very different in the hand. I have never been able to get used to using a knife where the handle was lower than the blade.


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I have been doing this long enough to realize there are about a million ways to whittle on animals and I just barely know two or three of them.
 
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Beautiful work
Keep the pictures coming
Loving it
 
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Thanks G. W.; just getting to Atlanta from here is going to be a mess. I don't think any of the brides over the Red are open.


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