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Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

This is a discussion on Hunting Knife I Delivered Today within the Guns and Knives forums, part of the Everything But Cigars category; New local customer wanted that bowie that was in the WIP thread, asked about a hunter to go with it. ...

  
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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Will46r's Avatar


     

    Red face Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    New local customer wanted that bowie that was in the WIP thread, asked about a hunter to go with it. Delivered the bowie and the hunter today.

    1095 steel with a hamon, hand rubbed to 400x (great balance of good looking finish but durable and easy to repair) 3/16" thick, 4" blade about 9" overall, blued guard with stabilized maple burl handle.

    That messy looking stuff near the guard is I guess my thumb was wet. Quick pics before delivery.

    Feel free to comment or critique, hope y'all don't get tired of me posting my work. Working on a tacticalish small golok next.




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    Full grown Puffer Fish Big Tex's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Fine work and great craftsmanship! Keep posting!

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    How much? Out of curiosity

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Will46r's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Quote Originally Posted by Cigarer View Post
    How much? Out of curiosity
    Kyle, sent you a om. Thanks for looking, Will

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    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    That handle is gorgeous!

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Will46r's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias Lutz View Post
    That handle is gorgeous!
    I get it from a guy in Oregon, he has great materials and an awesome stabilizkng process. Ain't cheap but the quality is worth the extra 40%. That's why I love natural materials, as long as I don't mess the shape up, and finish it correctly, it's eye catching

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    Maturing Puffer Fish AlanS's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    What kinda tobacco leaves are those on the sheath? Lol Where can I see more of your work Will?
    Don't let what you want interfere with the happiness there is in what you have.

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Will46r's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    What kinda tobacco leaves are those on the sheath? Lol Where can I see more of your work Will?
    Alan lol they're my interpretation of oak leaves about to fall lol I don't take many pictures of my past work. Last couple of years my main customers didn't want me to share pictures for what ever reason. One of my goals in 2015 is to take better and more pictures.

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    Young Puffer Fish LazyCaturdayz's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Very nice work! Do you ever do partial serrated blades?
    FTM-PTB

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes Will46r's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Quote Originally Posted by LazyCaturdayz View Post
    Very nice work! Do you ever do partial serrated blades?
    Ummm no. They don't fit in with my design aesthetic. A knife with a nice toothy edge cuts rope just as well if not better and it can be used for other tasks. I know some people like em but I just don't do them, I also don't do "gut hooks" or file work.

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    Full grown Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    Nice work!!! I agree that handle is gorgeous, and I like the look of the sheath and entire package.

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    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish penna stogey's Avatar


     

    Re: Hunting Knife I Delivered Today

    WELL DONE, BEAUTIFUL HANDLE....JUST GREAT CRAFTSMANSHIP
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