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Here are some of my knives. I ground these out of ATS34 Stainless bar stock. The one shown with the sheath is handled with black Micarta with nickel silver fittings.post-38-1300854884_thumb.jpgpost-38-1300854909_thumb.jpgpost-38-1300854924_thumb.jpg

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Now those are really sweet. I can't even imagine doing one from scratch. Nice work.

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Wow! That is super nice work. The lines of those blades fit my fancy!Do you ever sell any of them or do custom sheath work? I have a knife that needs a new sheath and that one you have pictured is quite a looker!!

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Thanks for the input, Guys. I haven't made a knife for several years and would have to buy some replacement equipment to hollow grind the blades. I only have a couple of blades ground and heat treated and since I have moved I am not sure where they are. Same with the leather, and I would almost have to have the knife on hand to make a sheath to fit. My wife did the flower on this sheath. Most of mine were basket stamped.

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Great work. Buck should hire you.

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That is some fine ART, you have a skill and do you sell any of the ones you make?

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Your wife did an amazing job there! Not to diminish your talent at all - you two just make a great team. Hypothetically, if I sent you a knife or dropped one off, would you be willing to make a sheath for it and for what price range?Happy hunting!

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Killer, Thanks. As I posted earlier, I haven't made a knife for some time. I made a few before I started numbering them. The last number I used was #093. Not all were numbered though. I made a number of those like the picture to give to friend's wives or daughters. This is my wife's purse knife. Desert Ironwood handles with brass fittings.post-3-1301671832.jpgBear, Thanks again. Unfortunately, wife can no longer do the leather work and I miss her talents. I sent you a PM.

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