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  1. #121
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    Looking for a Survive! GSO 3.5

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    got my hatchet/riverwoods combo yesterday, very pleased with it overall, nice and stout.
    couple quick pics in the shop, leatherman charge for size reference.
    hopefully i'll get some in woods pics this weekend to add to this thread as well.


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    Thumbs up

    Figured I'd post up my one and only JK knife.








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    "Under divine blessing, we must rely on the bayonet when firearms cannot be furnished". Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (April 1861)

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    Great pictures, 'warrior!

    I'll repost my Small Simple Scandi pictures from the weekend here.

    My Izula gets no love anymore, no need for it since I have had my SSS.

    This knife is 5 3/4" overall, with a 2 3/8" x 1/8" forged finish blade, scandi ground with a tiny microbevel. It has a torched oak handle, and two 1/8" brass pins.

    My SSS is a handsome, rugged little piece of 01 steel:







    John sells these for $90, SHIPPED with a leather belt sheath, and your choice of standard handle materials.

    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=790390

    best regards -

    mqqn
    Last edited by mqqn; 03-28-2011 at 07:08 AM.

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    Mine


    and Lil Man's



    Photos by the maker are much better tahn i can take

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    Signature by slg98 -thanks Sam!
    "Building Knives Meant To Be Used, One At A Time" John Kiedaisch
    Thanks for Supporting Rebecca!! - Knife went to R Moore

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    Here's an updated (JK enhanced) version of the classic Nessmuk Combo.





    Jeff
    That Nessmuk is really sweet!

  9. #129
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    Very sweet! I've never been a huge fan of Nessmuks, but if I did get one, I'd want one exactly like that Very nice.

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    That Pocketmuk handles very nicely too. It's one of my favorites.

    Jeff

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    Rest in peace Bill. You will not be forgotten.

    Thank you, Esav.

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    My new Michigan Trail Knife going through the paces...


    My rehandled Scout, which is now a good looking set if I say so myself..

    And now my Hikers Back Up which I recently traded for...

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    A "no K" Hikers Backup!!

    Sweet!~

    best

    mqqn

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    My tricked out Kentucky Woodsman

    Now that I'm working again and back in Arizona, I had a reason to celebrate. So I sent John a pair of stabilized walnut scales and asked if he would use them on a model that I have admired for sometime now: Kyturkey's Kentucky Woodsman. I wanted 3/16" 01, yellow liners, serrations, no holes, and I wanted the handle about an inch thick. As you can see, John did a great job. Then I asked him to send the knife to Noah of Wasteland Leather for one of his Apocolyptic creations and I am very happy with the results. I would highly recommend his services.JK 1.jpgJK 2.jpgJK 3.jpg
    All the Federales say, they could have had him any day,
    They only let him slip away, out of kindness I suppose.


    Proud supporter of JK Handmade Knives #41.

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    Hi JackHammer -

    Wow! You did it up right!

    I only have one of Noah's sheath creations, but I will try to get another when he starts making them again.....

    John always does an outstanding job, and Derek's design is a great one, now you need a Fieldmate to keep your Woodsman company.

    Thanks for the pictures and congrats on being back to work!

    best regrds -

    mqqn

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    Quote Originally Posted by mqqn View Post
    Hi JackHammer -

    Wow! You did it up right!

    I only have one of Noah's sheath creations, but I will try to get another when he starts making them again.....

    John always does an outstanding job, and Derek's design is a great one, now you need a Fieldmate to keep your Woodsman company.

    Thanks for the pictures and congrats on being back to work!

    best regrds -

    mqqn

    Thanks for your comments. John did a great job on this piece as did Noah on the sheath. I'll be back for more but first I have closing costs on the house I am buying on 8/31, then fly my 7 year old son out from NY, get him in school, start buying furniture for him and I, in short, I may not be buying knives for a few months. But I'll still be here.
    All the Federales say, they could have had him any day,
    They only let him slip away, out of kindness I suppose.


    Proud supporter of JK Handmade Knives #41.

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    These knives all look so pretty. They need to get out more.

    Rest in peace Bill. You will not be forgotten.

    Thank you, Esav.

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    The first JK Belt Hawk.I can't stop playin' with it & thought I'd try making some curlies.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.
    RIP Jerry 10/3/46 - 12/17/15
    CANCER SUCKS!

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    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.
    RIP Jerry 10/3/46 - 12/17/15
    CANCER SUCKS!

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