Discussion in 'Meeting Creek Knives' started by Tennessee, Jan 1, 2017.
You did an excellent job on the bud, it looks great!
If you could buff back up 1/2" on the edge from tip to bolster. ..it would look killer
@isme Here you go. These are just with my phone, but you get the idea...
And don't let Joe tell you otherwise, he makes a quality sheath also!
@Phantom X I agree. I got to handle a box full of his Knives. Both his Knives and his sheaths are first rate. I ended up walking away with one and I'm thoroughly impressed with it.
He's a lot of fun to talk and trade with also.
I'm glad to see it made it home ok lol. Also glad to see it put to use @Monkeynono . Nice photos.
Thanks, Joe Hay
That's a really pretty knife.
Nice great, enjoyed the video as well, very nice spot for dinner.
I have really got to get around to making one of those for me! I really liked that one.
custom by Meeting Creek Knife works ,@hamanky maker
IMG_8896 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
IMG_8897 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
not Fat wood
IMG_8898 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
IMG_8926 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
IMG_8927 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
IMG_8928 by G's Stuff, on Flickr
That's just plumb purdy!!!
Tennessee, you take phenomenal pictures!
Which model is this one? And if possible, how bout some specs?
Joe @hamanky will have to answer these questions. I know it is 01 tool steel and around 3/16 with around a 5" edge.
Very nice do all knife. I like it so much I have two.
That one isn't a regular model. The first one I made as a prototype to test out and Tennessee talked me out of it at a meet, then later had me make him another. As to the specs I'll have to look up the pattern I made for his and check it since it's been awhile since I made that one.
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I really like it. Nice flowing design, looks super comfortable too.