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    Thumbs up Specials and one shots thread

    If you got pics you're more than welcome to put them up here. Or if you have questions about any of the specials or just want to talk abothemut , that's ok too.
    Mostly this will be a running thread on the 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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    12/10/10 Neck knife, Basically a mini Green River, 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on flats, black and green g10 scales, 3/16" steel pins

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    1/20/11 *The model 1926 is a hybrid of the Soldier River handle and a Green River style blade.* 3/16" o-1 steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on, stabilized box elder burl scales, steel pins

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    3/12/11 Anton's knife, This is a neck sized knife made in honor and remembrance of a young man named Anton. He left this earth to quickly and will be missed. 1/8" o-1 tool steel, conex scandi grind, heat treat scale on the flats, Bethlehem olive wood scales, natural brown micarta pins and lanyard, rawhide sheath

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    3/12/11 This knife is the second of the group done in honor and remembrance of Anton. 1/8" o-1 tool steel, convex scandi grind, scale left on the flats, Bethlehem olive wood scales, natural micarta lanyard tubes and a rawhide sheath.

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    3/12/11 Rocket bomb, customer pattern, 1/8" o-1 tool steel, full height convex grind, scale left on the flats, o.d. camo green g10 scales, 1/8" orange g10 spacers, stainless steel pins, black kydex sheath

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    5/11/11 bolo neck knife, 3/16" o-1 tool steel, full height grind, chocolate brown g11 scales, 1/8" brown canvas micarta pins

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    8/12/11 Wilson's creek woods knife, 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on the flats, brushed aircraft aluminum scales, 1/8" black g10 spacers, stainless steel pins

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    8/12/11 Stainless steel one shot, 3/16" 154cm stainless steel, varied convex grind, scale left on the flats, o.d. green camo g10 scales, 1/8" black spacers, o.d. green g10 pommel plate, 1/4" black micarta pins

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    9/6/11 *the 1220 is a hybrid of the #12 burris fork handle and the #20 gasconade blade* 5/32" 1095 steel, varied convex grind, rough hammon, heat treat scale left on the flats, bone g10 scales, 1/8" orange spacers, 1/8" brown pins

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    9/6/11 *the 1906 is a hybrid of the #19 soldier river handle and the #6 Moniteau creek blade* 3/16" 0-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, scale left on the flats, brown g10 scales, 1/8" orange spacer, 1/4" brown pins

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    10/6/11 *the 1917 is a hybrid of the #19 Soldier river handle and the #17 Cooper's creek blade* 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, scale left on the flats, caramel linen micarta scales, stainless steel pins, steel pommel plate and combat etch

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    11/16/11 RTC special, 1/4" 5160 spring steel, convex grinds top and bottom, brown g10 scales, 1/8" blue g10 spacers, steel pins

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    1/13/12 3/16" 154cm stainless steel, varied convex grind, scale left on the flats, o.d. green camo g10 scales, 1/8" black spacers, o.d. green g10 pommel plate, 1/4" black micarta pins

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    3/10/12 *Model 2101* Model 21 handle with a Model 01 blade 3/16" o-1 tool steel, varied convex grind, h.t. scale left on the flats, stabilized curly maple scales, thin red spacers, brass pins

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    3/29/12 One shot cleaver,5/32" o-1 tool steel, 3/4 height convex grind, heat treat scale left on the flats, black/green g10 scales, 1/4" black micarta rods, 1/8" black carbon fiber rods

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    4/16/12 Heavy parang, 1/4" 5160, half height grind, back spine ground sharp, brown linen micarta scales, brown g10 pins

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    5/12/12 Heavy parang, 1/4" 5160, 3/4 height convex grind, o.d. green canvas micarta scales, brass lanyard tubes for pins

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    5/26/12 m1926, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on the flats, o.d. green canvas scales,thin orange spacers, 1/8" stainless steel pins and lanyard

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    8/12 Long handled neck knife, 3/16" o-1 pr 1095, 3/4 height convex grind, caramel linen micarta and stabilized elk antler scales, 1/8" natural canvas spacers, stainless steel pins

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    9/6/12 #Hollow handle survival knife, 1/4" o-1 tool steel, Model 6 Moniteau creek blade, varied convex grind, heat treat scale left on the flats, brass fittings, steel hollow handle, paracord wrapped

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    9/12 Light parang, 5/32" 1095, half height convex with hammon line, laminated latigo leather scales, copper rivets

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    9/12 *Model 1720* Cooper's creek handle with Gasconade blade. 5/32" o-1, varied convex grind, caramel linen micarta scales,thin red spacers, brass pins and lanyard

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    10/31/12 *Model 1116* Moon creek handle with 5" extended dogwood blade. 13/64" 5160 spring steel, varied convex grind, natural canvas micarta scales, 1/8" brass pins

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    11/12 *Mac's Razor* fixed blade straight razor, 5/32" 1095 steel, full height flat grind with convex edge, o.d. green canvas scales, stainless steel pin
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    #11 The 1917.

    I have owned alot of knives. ALOT. This is my favorite by far. Ive used it a ton in the woods, and have become very familiar with it. Its carved pot hooks, tent pegs, done multiple splitwood fires, bowdrill sets, prepped food, and many other things. Its a great all around bush knife design. I have others on order from Iz, but this will always be my goto bush knife. We all have a favorite. This is mine.
























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    Great pics, J! That knife has seen a lot of use in it's short life, does my heart good.
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    I have more, but you get the idea. lol

    This thread is now better.

    Thanks Iz, you aint kiddin brother. Ive really beat on it. I cant reccomend this model and your work enough.

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    Thank you for sharing. Excellent shots J. More...More...More... please!

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    I love that 1917, will have to check it out in person at the meet. Is that one off limits for Iz to make another one?
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    Heck no.... It be the only one so far though!!

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    Well J you when ahead and did it. You got me to submit for a quote and place on the wait list for a 1917. It'll be awhile, til then I will periodically look at your posts.
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    Loving that 1917, looks like a beauty.

    I have a Coopers Creek on order myself, can not wait for it to be up on the bench.

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