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    Thanks for posting all of these great pics guys.
    I'll have some new stuff to post very soon!
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    Got my itty bitty today. It is my first Fleming and judging by the feel won't be my last. Excellent knife and Jarrett was excellent to deal with. Thanks again.
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    Recieved my first Flemming Knife today at our Georgia guild meeting. We talked about making a knife for each other for some time now and we swapped today. Love how this Hunter turned out! Hope you like your Shortmuck as much Jarrett!

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    Man, I LOVE the Skinner---BEST work knife I've owned in a long long time

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    This 'Bird & Trout' from Jarrett now lives in the Mountain's of East Tennesse...Stainless Steel blade, Green Burlap Micarta...and Black pin's, thanks Jarrett !

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    Camel Bone handle Itty Bitty.

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    I'll play! Here's my bushcrafter from Jarrett. It's a beauty that combines traditional and modern elements + my love for knives and coffee (handle is made from a coffee bag) in one amazing package. I've also gone a bit sheath crazy with it and ended up with one knife and three sheaths: the original, the tree logo one, and a small nylon sheath for Phrike from Spartan Blades that I just picked up, which fits it beautifully, after some modifications. Anyway, here it is:


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    Oh, and here're a couple in-action pics too!


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    That is great looking knife Tim! What is the steel?

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    CPM154 IIRC — one of Jarrett's early knives, from what he told me.

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    Bud that sheath is AWESOME my friend!

    Thanks for posting Tim! That is a really early one I believe it is from the first year I started making knives. Glad to see that you are using it!
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    Due to being on the road I still haven't seen my Talus in the flesh. I wanted to show it off so here are the photos Jarrett sent me upon completion of the knife (hope you don't mind Jarrett).

    Starting with what looks like a psychedelic alien fossil:



    Jarrett fashioned this amazing looking knife! Can't wait to get my hands on it



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    Bear, that is one nice looking blade!
    What handle material is that?

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    Those are some pretty wild looking scales aren't they?

    a2vg1095 they are pinecone. Can't remember what variety, but I picked them up at the blade show this year.
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    I thought that's what it was, but wasn't certain.
    I haven't came across with that type of pattern and colors.
    Love how the color transitions......
    You're grinding out some really spectacular pieces!

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    Quote Originally Posted by a2vg1095 View Post
    Show off!
    Bear, that is one nice looking blade!
    What handle material is that?
    Hehe, I'm super happy with the way it looks - the way the resin colors developed after shaping and sanding is so cool and Jarrett's placement of the mosaic pin really sets it off. Just wish I could actually use it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear71 View Post
    Hehe, I'm super happy with the way it looks - the way the resin colors developed after shaping and sanding is so cool and Jarrett's placement of the mosaic pin really sets it off. Just wish I could actually use it!
    Hey Jules
    Just get it shipped to OZ mate and I'll use it for you

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    Hoping it will reach me next week, you might get to see it!

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    Hey Jules
    Just get it shipped to OZ mate and I'll use it for you

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