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    Twist damascus integral


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    Hi Guys-

    Just wanted to share an order I finished recently.

    Twist pattern damascus forged from 1084/15N20
    Line cut and fluted integral bolster
    Super Ironwood handle with domed 416 ss pin


    Thanks for looking



























    Last edited by NickWheeler; 10-27-2012 at 03:17 AM.

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    Wow, you did a wonderful job!

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    Oh man that is just gorgeous!

    Brilliant work Nick.

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    Another winner, Nick

    Bill Flynn

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    Super, Nick! Love your handle design on this one. Happy owner out there someplace.

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    That is Awesome! Love the bolster!

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    BEAUTIFUL Nick. Similar in style to one you made a while back if I recall.

    It is CLEAN, and every detail just looks right!

    Peter

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    You really get the whole "flow" thing with these integrals Nick - another beauty.

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    Just beautiful Nick. If a knife could be poetic, this one is to me.
    The damascus really has a topo map look to it, like islands in the sea.
    wonderful.

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    Absolutely lovely.

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    Exquisite!

    Rest in Peace my friend...see you on the other side.

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    hard to figure out what to say here, but that's a fantastic piece. The pattern going on in that steel is something else, and it looks like you brought it out in the nicest possible way. Handle design is phenomenal.
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    That heap of steel is as wild as a pack of Pokemon!

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    Another great piece from Nick Wheeler, MS. Thanks for posting.
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    Wow Nick.... from what I see that knife is absolute perfection. Just impeccable! Incredibly fine damascus... Brilliant!

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    What's left to say ?
    Fantastic work, Nick, a real beauty !

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    Another Beauty Nick!!

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    Great looking knife

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    Nice looking knife Nick
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterinct View Post
    BEAUTIFUL Nick. Similar in style to one you made a while back if I recall.
    Quote Originally Posted by Burl Source View Post
    Beautiful knife Nick.
    I think the integral fighter design of yours is my favorite.
    I concur, agree, approve and applaud your sense of design, with your ability to execute it.

    SWEEEEEET!

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