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  1. #41
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    Ranger Green 0551!


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    The 0551 might just be the knife of the year!

    Here's the knife sporting a Ranger Green scale:





    Last edited by Barry H; 03-29-2011 at 08:31 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry H View Post
    The 0551 might just be the knife of the year!

    Here's the knife sporting a Ranger Green scale:





    Great work!

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    I'm sending my 0551 off to Barry tomorrow or Thursday for the CF scale treatment.

    -Tye

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    Molded Carbon Fiber Emerson Roadhouse

    Recently done, radiused and molded to fit your hand. One of a kind!




    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

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    Can a knife be sexy? BC I think that is. She's got curves and such...

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    I got my 551 back from Barry last week. What a beautiful knife. I had the CF done as in the first CF posts he was making. The knife feels better in my hand looks liek a million dollars. The turnaround was faster than fast too.

    Thank you, Barry.

    -Tye

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    One piece (sans skeleton liner) ZT 0551 scale. As thick as the combined thickness of the original scale plus the liner. Radiused with a more exposed lock release area.







    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

    For those of you wanting to see pictures, and contours of knives I've worked on, look here!!!!

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    Very nice jobs there Barry H.

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    Custom Emerson CQC-7

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    After:




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    That's very sexy


    Quote Originally Posted by Barry H View Post
    Custom Emerson CQC-7

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    After:





  11. #51
    Awesome stuff. How much would a pair of 0350 scales cost? Not sure what look I would go for, I like a lot of these ideas.

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    couple of new ones:

    Red G-10 Umnumzaan with heavy bead blast:




    Ranger Green/Carbon Fiber laminate ZT 0551 scale, deep grooves, heavy bead blast.


    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

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    I wanna see the green CF scale on the 0551

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry H View Post
    couple of new ones:

    Red G-10 Umnumzaan with heavy bead blast:




    Ranger Green/Carbon Fiber laminate ZT 0551 scale, deep grooves, heavy bead blast.



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    IMG_0570[1].jpgIMG_0533[1].jpgTexture Closeup.jpgWith Siblings.jpg

    Here's some custom small Sebenza scales Barry made for me a few months ago. Make no mistake, Barry is a perfectionist and you will be happy with his work!

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    Boker Epicenter with custom black G-10 scale:

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    Rumbled and Tumbled!





    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

    For those of you wanting to see pictures, and contours of knives I've worked on, look here!!!!

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  17. #57
    Forgive my ignorance, but is that deep sculpting comfortable in the hand for extended use? I am curious specifically about the G10. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnaminous_G View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but is that deep sculpting comfortable in the hand for extended use? I am curious specifically about the G10. Thanks
    It's not as sharp as it looks. In fact, for long term heavy use, it's probably more comfortable as it conforms more to your hand than a flat scaled knife. And if you hands are sweaty, you are going to get a better grip on a sculpted handle than a flat one.
    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

    For those of you wanting to see pictures, and contours of knives I've worked on, look here!!!!

    http://s19.photobucket.com/albums/b165/BarryH_1956/

  19. #59
    Hi Barry,
    I just purchased a Spyderco large LUM Chinese folder and I would like to replace the G10 scales with CF. Would you be interested in doing this? Do you have access to any of the new variation of CF such as lightening strike?
    Thanks,
    Joe

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    Carbon Fiber Grooved ZT 0550

    Something new from the shop. Grooves going the long way.





    As of 2/23/14, due to a recent death in my family, I am not taking any new work. Please!! No PMs or emails, Thank you.

    For those of you wanting to see pictures, and contours of knives I've worked on, look here!!!!

    http://s19.photobucket.com/albums/b165/BarryH_1956/

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