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    3 echo-5's from Dogwood Custom Knives


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    #SOLD Echo-5 With a Stabilized green maple over black g-10 liner two 1/4” black pins, exposed lanyard hole and tang
    length 8-1/2”
    blade length 4”
    handle length 4-1/2”
    blade 5/32" O-1 with forge scale finish and a mid line convex grind
    This is a new pattern and is the final evolution of my “companion blades” that started with the side kick and has improved and evolved over the last few years. Every one who has picked one up has tried to first buy and then steel these from me. They still have the light wight and nimble feel of my earlier models, but are slightly bigger (1/4” longer) and have a bit more belly lending to the razor like slicing geometry that I like so much. The most notable improvement is the handle. The shape contours melt into your hand locking the knife in so that it moves as an extension of your hand. The exposed lanyard hole lets the lanyard rest below the surface of the handle preventing it from interfering with your grip.
    SOLD$150SOLD + shipping includes free leather sheath

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    #2 SOLD Echo-5 SOLDOD green micarta over natural micarta liner *, two 1/4" hollow natural micarta pins , exposed lanyard tube and tang
    total length * * * 8-1/2”
    blade length * * 4”
    handle length * 4-1/2”
    blade 5/32” CPM 154 hight convex grind
    *SOLD$180SOLD + shipping includes a free *leather sheath



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    #SOLD Echo-5 With a Red jeweled C-TEC over a transparent liner, two 1/4" hollow stainless steel pins, exposed lanyard tube and tanh
    total length 8-1/2”
    blade length 4”
    handle length 4-1/2”
    blade 1/8” CPM 154 full convex grind
    SOLD$200 SOLD +shipping includes a free leather sheath
    Last edited by dogwood dan; 06-10-2013 at 05:43 PM.
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    Please accept some constructive criticism. The photos are blurry, which makes it hard to tell if I like the knives. I'd suggest, if I may, that you put some effort into taking clear, sharp pictures so that potential buyers can really appreciate your craftsmanship and artistry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc List View Post
    Please accept some constructive criticism. The photos are blurry, which makes it hard to tell if I like the knives. I'd suggest, if I may, that you put some effort into taking clear, sharp pictures so that potential buyers can really appreciate your craftsmanship and artistry.
    I can assure you it is not a lack of effort that effects the pictures, It is a lack on knowledge and equipment, if you have advice on how I can improve the quality of my pictures pleas feel free to contact me by PM I would be glad for your advice.
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    with sixty seconds' worth of distance run,"


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    Looking good to me.

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    Dan these look awesome!!!! Damn divorce is eating into my knife stash.

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    Thank you stumpy as long as you go to keep your grizzly you will be ok. You know why divorces are so expensive don't you? :-)

    because they are worth it
    "If you can fill the unforgiving minute
    with sixty seconds' worth of distance run,"


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    Guys I want to thank all you for the photo advice you have been PMing to me. I agree the pictures would look better if I shot them out side but a tropical storm is hitting the East coast and it has been raining for 2 days.
    Last edited by dogwood dan; 06-07-2013 at 05:20 PM.
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    I have had some question about more pics and the sheaths, thank y'all for your interest


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    Last edited by dogwood dan; 06-07-2013 at 11:16 PM.
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    with sixty seconds' worth of distance run,"


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