Discussion in 'Edged Tools' started by Ripmyfly, Sep 24, 2008.
Beautiful blade! What is the over all length and blade length? I really like it.
The new Fletcher knives "Big Deal"
Tell us all about this knife. Dont see many with stabilized corn cob slabs.
Can you give some specs on this knife? It's a stunner for sure!
Tops Wind runner Sre
I did the tread
Bushcraft model knife blank from customblades.eu in Poland. I handled it in black walnut and made a custom firesteel out of the same wood block.
Joe Watson one-off Kidon in 3V with OD rayskin in Death Valley. Sorry for the oxidation, but it was really hot there.
Shane Sibert Cascadia Bushcrafter.
Munroe Warg, only made in 3V.
Joe Watson Rhino.
This is my Ontario Marine Raider... I've stripped and blued the blade and added a handle made of bone and hickory...
Leaves a lot to be desired but it's the first time I've ever customised a knife...
Had a lot of fun...
I like it. At first I thought you had wrap like a katana on that thing.
Man... this is awesome!
Excellent mod, turned out super cool!
Four that I finished recently.
A old Bowie
Wade and Butcher Shefield England
My new Vic.
Tomoyuki Nemoto I wrapped over the G10 handle with a Tracker Dan style double ridge wrap.
I did not realize what it was at first, I was thinking some kind of gator skin handle, very nice!
Got the urge to give the @Jacob Berserker (yup, I named it the Berserker) some kydex pants tonight.
New pics: trimmed up the kydex a bit, lowered the leather belt loop by 1/2", and added a ranger band around the Chicago screws.
I love the bloodwood knife. I call dibs please if you ever sell it
FYI, tree had already fallen over. Just dropped the base for safety and to clear the trail.
That’s awesome man! I love whatcha done with it. The name is cool too.
Can’t NOT contribute right?
Schrade Damascus lockback from mid 80s, Gerber Model 2 PW Paul knife from early 80s
Wenger Blades, Spike 3
1930s or 40s Remington Boy Scout knife (Hard life but can you imagine the stories it could tell?) Rescued it from a barn sale.
A few more
I've got a lot, most inexpensive including this one, but this knife is my favorite. Like I said, she's not the most expensive girl at the ball, but I like the way she feels in my hand and she's done everything I've asked her to do from processing wood to processing deer.
My grail Fiddleback Forge 3/32” Bushfinger. If you don’t have one of Andy’s knives in you collection, you’re missing out of a quality, beautiful piece of functional art.
You ever kind of "rediscover" a knife you've had for a while?
I'm really loving this one lately:
On a kydex bending kick lately. Wrapped this one around the Stillwell M1 this morning: