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    That is the nicest micarta ever Vince!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kai76 View Post
    That is the nicest micarta ever Vince!
    Nick,that 4" knife,he knocked outta the park.The grind,f&f,is really of the best I've seen so far from Bret.

    Hey Bret,Keep up the great job & Thanks Again,
    -Vince
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    Quote Originally Posted by VCM3 View Post
    Nick,that 4" knife,he knocked outta the park.
    -Vince
    He sure did Vince, that one really looks great


    Great set of kitchen knives also! Thanks for the pics!

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    That city knife is gorgeous. I need to see if I can buy one those in next year... Darn you Elliott, your pictures are again tempting me

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    Waiting......

    I've got 6 or 7 months before I get mine, I marked it on my calender!! I feel like a Kid waiting on X-mas. Brett is really a top-knotch guy! And He makes great knives as well. Thanks for sharing all of these great knives !!

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejamppa View Post
    That city knife is gorgeous. I need to see if I can buy one those in next year... Darn you Elliott, your pictures are again tempting me
    Don't blame me,Jani...Bret's the one that did it!

    (I just asked him to put a modified wharncliffe blade in his "City Knife" frame.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blues View Post
    Don't blame me,Jani...Bret's the one that did it!

    (I just asked him to put a modified wharncliffe blade in his "City Knife" frame.)

    Oh, I can't wait to see that... Wait... I think I hear dying breath of my wallet

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    Here are some that I recently finished. Both are sold. Thanks
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    Really nice looking knives.
    George

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    Bret, thats two great looking knives

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    Nice work (as always), Bret!
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    Bret,That two blader looks fantastic!
    -Vince
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    Quote Originally Posted by VCM3 View Post
    Bret,That two blader looks fantastic!
    -Vince
    Yes it does!
    - Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by VCM3 View Post
    Bret,That two blader looks fantastic!
    -Vince
    yes it does two

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    Hog Neck Trapper

    This knife is just under 3-3/4" closed,and just under 1/2" thick. It was my idea for a modified warncliffe trapper.It is based off Menefee's "Front pocket" frame,witch is Tony Bose' BP pattern,shrunk down. I asked a few makers to build something like this,I finally got Bret Dowell to master mind it.
    I am quite pleased.These are Bret's pics .


    Parts is parts


    This is the "Hog Neck Trapper"







    This knife is going to a good friend of mine & I will be getting the next one like it,from Brett.
    Thank You Brett,it looks fantastic & perfect
    Enjoy the pics,
    -Vince
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    I really like that one Vince. Bret did a fantastic job!
    - Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagglebee View Post
    I really like that one Vince. Bret did a fantastic job!
    We had a discussion,that was it. He took care of it. Bret is easy going & really talented,as you can see.
    -Vince
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    Bret can't make a bad knife. That's a fact!
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    Man, that looks super clean.

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    I really like that blade combo Vince.
    Looks like a great execution of a great idea!
    Congrats to you both.
    Stu

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