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    Thumbs up Dogwood Creek thread

    If you got pics you're more than welcome to put them up here. Or if you have questions about this model or just want to talk about it, that's ok too.
    Mostly this will be a running thread on the knives of this model I've made for people to use as a reference for a knife they have or are looking to buy on the secondary market.

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    3-28-09 #16 Dogwood Creek - 3/16 o-1- full height convex- 400 g hand sand- green canvas micarta - two 1/8 brass pins - osage orange pommel w/ lanyard pin- red rubber spacers- sheath

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    6-29-09 Model #16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16 o-1 - full height convex- 220 hand sand- engraved Turley on side- osage orange scales- brass pins and lanyard tube- red liners -

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    9-09-09- Model #16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16 o-1- 220 hand sand- curly maple scales- thin black Spacers- brass pins and lanyard hole- oversized handle by inch-

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    12-20-09- Model #16 Dogwood- 3/16 o-1 400 hand sand- engraved Turley on side- u.s.a. off side- grind to full height at tip- handmade burlap micarta- red liners- brass pins and lanyard hole-

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    4-30-10- Model #16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16 0-1, varied convex, 220 flats, 400 machine bevels, Turley on and U.S.A. off side, standard heat treat, maroon linen scales, black vulcanized spacers, black canvas micarta pommel, no sheath

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    7-15-10 Model #16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, Osage orange scales, o.d. green canvas micarta spacers, brass pins, brass lanyard hole

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    7-21-10 Model # 16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16" o-1, varied convex grind,hand sanded flats, special order extended handle, Osage orange scales, gray liners, 2 3/16" brass pins, brass lanyard tube

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    7-26-10 Model #16 Dogwood Creek- 3/16" o-1, hand sanded finish on entire blade, full height convex grind, red burlap mycarta scales, 1/8" black canvas micarta spacers, 1/8" nickel silver pins and lanyard

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    9-08-10 Model 16 Dogwood - 3/16" o-1 full height convex, o.d. green canvas micarta scales , handle extended to 5

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    9-08-10 Model 16 Dogwood - 1/8" o-1, varied convex grind, o.d green canvas micarta , nickel silver pins

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    9-23-10 Model 16 Dogwood- 3/16 o-1, varied convex grind, hand sanded flats, Olive wood scales, 1/8" o.d. green canvas micarta spacers,3/16" brass pins and lanyard

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    9-23-10 Model 16 Dogwood- 3/16" o-1, varied convex grind, hand sanded flats, red g10 scales, 3/16" brass pins and lanyard

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    10-30-10 Model 16 Dogwood- 3/16" o-1, varied convex grind, hand sanded flats, o.d. green canvas micarta scales, 1/8" red g10 spacers, osage orange pommel, 3/16" brass pins and lanyard.

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    12-30-10 Model 16 Dogwood- o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on flats, lengthened to 5 blade, brown canvas scales, 1/8 o.d. green canvas spacers, brass pins, brass pommel plate.

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    12-30-10 Model 16 Dogwood- o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on flats, maroon/burgundy linen micarta scales, 1/8 black canvas spacers, 3/16 brass pins, brass pommel plate

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    12-16-10 Model 16 Dogwood- 3/16 o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, scale left on flats, o.d. green canvas micarta scales, thin blue g10 spacers, brass pins, lanyard

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    12-30-10 Model 16 Dogwood- 5/32 o-1 tool steel, full height convex, natural canvas micarta scales, 1/8 Dark brown canvas spacers, brass pins and lanyard

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    1/20/11 3/16" o1, varied convex grind, satin finished flats, o.d. green canvas micarta scales, thin black spacers, steel pins and lanyard

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    4/19/11 3/16 o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, blue stabilized curly maple scales, 1/8" brown micarta pins

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    4/23/11 1/4" o-1 tool steel, varied (nearly full height) convex grind, Dark brown canvas micarta scales, 1/8" o.d. green canvas micarta spacers, brass plate and pins

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    08/11 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, satin finished flats,o.d. green canvas scales, thin red spacers, brass pins

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    10/11 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale on the flats, stabilized spalted curly maple scales, 1/8" white paper micarta spacers, bras pins and optional brass pommel plate

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    4/15/12 MINI dogwood- Varied convex grind, o.d. green g10 scales, 1/8" white spacers, 1/4" white g10 pins

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    5/12 full height convex grind, bone g10 scales, 1/8" o.d. green micarta spacers

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    8/12 Varied convex grind, stabilized curly maple scales, thin red spacers

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    9/6/12 Varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on the flats, black g10 scale, stainless steel pins

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    9/12 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, red linen micarta scales, 1/8" blue g10 spacers, 1/4" white g10 pins

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    11/12 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, hand sanded flats, stabilized maple burl scales, thin black spacers, brass pins, brass pommel plate

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    2/16/2013 1/4" o-1, full height grind, scale on, o.d. green canvas scales, osage pommel, red 1/8" spacers, brass pins
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    Looks like I had the only one with Osage scales.

    Sure does feel nice in the hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyOne View Post
    Looks like I had the only one with Osage scales.

    Sure does feel nice in the hand.
    That's another reason I wanted to put these threads up, so people could kind of gauge the rarity of their particular knife or knives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iz View Post
    That's another reason I wanted to put these threads up, so people could kind of gauge the rarity of their particular knife or knives.
    Not shown in your notes there, but you also made my handle a bit extra long to allow for my large hand. Don't know if you did any others that way or not.
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    Up next: the Turley Collectors Society?

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    Looks like mine was #9 for my catcher's mitts...
    Love the way it fills my hand. Made me start thinking of selling my short-handled blades...
    Thanks for the fine tool. One of my boys will inherit it.

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    Mr. Black currently has # 14.

    Maybe him and Kerri can post up a few pics of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeneyguy View Post
    Mr. Black currently has # 14.

    Maybe him and Kerri can post up a few pics of it.
    Yeah ill throw some pics of it up here my wife also has the number 22 but she wont let me use it haha
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    I have number 15 and have 2 sheaths for it made by Iz. 1 horizontal and 1 vertical.
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    Couple of shots of #14




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