... never hurts to see a little Turley goodness though! That one you got there sure is nice.
2014 -- DAY OUTINGS: 4/30 OVERNIGHTS: 2/12
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." -- John Muir
"I think that no two men age at the same rate, or learn equal sums from experience. Some men learn by their years, others simply live through them." -- Louis L'Amour
I have a recent Kephart in 1/8 inch stock- 4.5 inch blade, 4.5 inch handle. It was for my wife, who is finding she loves it for slicing and kitchen prep work. I think it is still heavy enough to make a good outdoor blade, and would not really see a benefit to going thinner on the blade. JMO/ YMMV.
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I know this is part of the creek with custom knives, but I'd love to see you guys do something entry level like your hawks you've been making in the past year, maybe with a few patterns for choices. May not be possible price wise, but a plain jane handle (or blade and rivets only) with a lower performance steel that would be forgiving on beginning knife sharpeners.
5/32 Nessmuk ! With ironwood scales !
How about Lignum Vitae scales?
Here is all the pictures I could find of the nessmuks..I know we had more..Sorry about the top pic being small, its all Ive got of that one..
Kind of a larger camp butcher knife style Nessmuk