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    stanley white's CFK


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    Here it is.
    Scott

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    Outstanding as always Scott!!!!

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    Really good design. That should've smacked us in the head. Stanley came up with a real winner. Scott, keep that template, I have a feeling this design will be in demand. UNK combined with a Deer Creek is a great idea!

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    Looks great Scott!

    For future interest in this knife here is a cut and paste of my original idea.

    I call it the CFK or Compromise Field Knife.

    It has the UNK-style blade to excel at gutting, skinning, and butchering.

    The blade is tall, thick, and long enough to excel at bushcraft tasks.

    4.25" Blade with a 4" cutting edge.

    4.5" handle with an additional 3/8" exposed tang.

    3/16" thick and 1.5" tall.

    This one is S-7 steel.

    -Stan

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    Nice! That's one hoss of a utility knife!

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    I really like this design. Dual purpose as stan intended. Great for hunting and general woods use. Alittle large to EDC but I can't think of anything it wouldn't be good for.
    Scott
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    Hey stan, if you like this one, wait until you see the bolo. It's going to be a beast in 1/4" S7. Not much you won't be able to do with it. I left the handle a tad wider then normal which I think you will appreciate.
    Scott
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    I like the orange. Any chance you could post the bolo too? I love that design

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    I'll post it Thurs. Haven't done the handle work yet. Did the HT today. It also will have orange G-10.
    Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossman Knives View Post
    Hey stan, if you like this one, wait until you see the bolo. It's going to be a beast in 1/4" S7. Not much you won't be able to do with it. I left the handle a tad wider then normal which I think you will appreciate.
    Scott
    Did someone say wide handle?



    Thanks Scott!

    In the tradition of the Mother Tusker aka Mo-T since this Kevin Estela Bolo is beefed up to 1/4" I will call it the Mo-Bo!

    -Stan

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    Love that CFK design!

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    Very cool. Stanley be sure to do a review when you get it. And more pics!

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