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    some pure MS goodness. Jim Walker and Kevin Cashen

    my camera skills can't do them justice

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    1084 and green micarta

    Here's one I made last year. 1084 and green micarta, textured wrought iron guard, about 18 inches overall.
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    Wow all are fantastic I do not know where to start

    For now that Broadwell stag Big Bear is just killing me

    Nick Wheeler I usually picture 2 kinda knives when I think of fighters one is a Loveless Big Bear style and the other is exactly what you posted, Awesome knife my man just awesome You and Mr. Knight really hit the mark with this style and that style is probale my favorite of all the fighter style's.


    Here is probale my most classic styled fighter Brown sub hilt and Long sheath


    And guaranteed the ugliest fighter in the thread A Hartsfield Force 1

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    Super thread, Joe.

    Not a great image but I'll stick it up.
    Jot Singh Khalsa subhilt fighter, 7 1/4" 440C.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JParanee View Post
    For now that Broadwell stag Big Bear is just killing me


    Nick, that fighter you made is off the chart!
    What a handle, looks like it grew that way.

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    Here's an older Fisk Fighter.



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    Out of South Africa is Rob Brown
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    Man, I am digging this thread, got some pics anyone want to post them for me?
    Dave

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    Here is one of only two military bowies ever made by D'Holder
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    Here's a few of mine:




    A few that use to be mine:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellis View Post
    Man, I am digging this thread, got some pics anyone want to post them for me?
    Dave
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    Nick - that fighter of yours is outstanding.

    Michael - those Herrons, those Broadwells - hubba hubba!

    Bob - I know I will break down one day and get a big D'Holder bowie or fighter and it will be all your fault.

    Roger

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    Here's my 2 cents...



    Jay
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    Here are Dave's beauties.









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    Not as fancy as a lot of the knives on this thread so far, but here's one from Ken Brock. Ergos is fantastic and it feels like you have complete control of the tip in a standard grip position:


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    Camera is still down, but here is my circa 1500 Northern Italian "Fighter" eared knife.
    Wootz steel blade. Silver & bone grip. Silver, MOP and colored shell with cast silver snake for the ears. Silver & ebony scabbard.
    Steel, blade, engraving, grip, inlays, and scabbard by Dmitry Malakhov.
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    One by Fuad Accawi. Not mine.


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    This one isn't mine either. Sorry, no sheath.

    Ricardo Velarde integral:


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    Another D'Holder Fighter

    Quote Originally Posted by betzner View Post
    Here is one of only two military bowies ever made by D'Holder
    Bob, the photos are not good, but about three years ago a guy from San Antonio came up to my shop to get a custom sheath built for his D'Holder custom. He had D make it prior to his deployment in VietNam. I sent the picture to D and he remembered the knife and confirmed it was indeed made by him. It was, and I guess, still is a very unique knife. The knife, as I recall, was about 13 or 14 inches OAL, and the blade thickness was 1/4" or maybe even 5/16".

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