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Three Rivers. Feather pattern 1084/15n20. Mammoth Ivory scales.

 
Posts: 350 | Location: oklahoma | Registered: 01 August 2006Reply With Quote
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Nice knife!
 
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Mike, I want it!!!
What's the blade length on this one?


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Nice knife.

My favorite small game knife is my Randall Trout and Bird.

I shoot a LOT of small game for the pot, rabbits, squirrel, grouse, dove,quail, etc.

The back edge is sharpened, and I use it to disjoint bones, saving the main edge for finer work.


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another winner, Okie.

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Forrest;
Sorry; already gone. A collector in Woodlands TX has taken possession.
The blade on this one is 3 1/4 inches. Short enough to use on small stuff. Long enough to work pretty dang big.
I've got a neat feather in the works right now.
If you are still looking; I will send you a pic of the blade.
Let me know.
Mike
 
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Mike, I sent you an email.
Thanks.


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Forrest;
Got the mail. Will send a pic when I can. Want to pick your brain about another matter in the future.
take care
mike
 
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I've never seen that pattern of damascus. May I inquire if you make it yourself, or where you purchased it?
 
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d77;
Yes; I weld up my own steel. It's generally called a feather pattern; but lots of times a "@$$%&**#$%" pattern because the failure rate is pretty high.
You are actually making tremendous shear loads on all of your previous welds on the billet. Lots of variations out there in this pattern.
Cuts well; the layers of 1084 and 15n20 are both very good blade steels individually. This one was about 800 layers at the final weld.
Mike
 
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Beautiful do you make knives?
 
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J.R.
Yes; most days. Some days I have a strong hankerin' to be a Wal-Mart door greeter.

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I would be real interested in a similar knife let me know what you have thanks
 
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Originally posted by Johnny reb:
I would be real interested in a similar knife let me know what you have thanks


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