Laminated Damascus and wrought Iron Wolf Pup with Copper and Ironwood.

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  1. 556mp

    556mp Bushmaster Bushclass I

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    work of art!
     
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    Beautiful job Matt!!
     
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    Hot damn that's sexy!!!!
     
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    Speechless..... it's far better then what I had in my head. Hell above and beyond what I could have ever imagined. This is what functional art looks like.
     
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    That's truly a jaw-dropper! Well done.
     
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    whats the thickness on that Museum Display?
     
  8. Muleman77

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    Wow. Theres a lot of great details on that. Add them all up and it's WOW.
     
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    I love ironwood scales.
     
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    Holy moly that's cool
     
  12. 556mp

    556mp Bushmaster Bushclass I

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    Thanks yall! It's about 3/32 to 3/16" thick
     
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    Pastor Chris Hardwoodsman #7 Hobbyist Supporter Bushcraft Friend Bushclass II

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    That's just ridiculous. I love the way you did the pommel, in addition to everything else.
     
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    I know I've got a great looking Drifter and Classic set but that knife just flat out "ROCKS" :dblthumb:
     
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    everything looks great; from the blade to the pommel...super work
     

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