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  1. #101

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    Forgot to post the sheaths for these.

    The dogwood


    The Green River




    The soldier river





    Iz

  2. #102
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    I still say not bad for a guy that hates leather work.

    At least you are getting plenty of practice at them to, I don't see an kydex in there.

  3. #103

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    Heh. More practice than I want.
    Thanks, skaber!
    Iz

  4. #104

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    Batch done! Finally, this one took forever for some reason.

    Soldier River- full height grind- red linen micarta




    Soldier River- Osage Orange







    Pair of Soldier Rivers- black linen micarta- 1/8" red spacers







    Gasconade- o.d. green canvas







    Gasconade- Dark brown canvas micarta- 1/8" ivory paper micarta spacers









    Sorry for the cruddy pics. To dark I know, I've got to make a photo box thingy.
    Hope you dig 'em. Sheaths to follow. :28:
    Iz

  5. #105

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    Sheaths finally done.

    The Missouri.






    Maroon S.R.


    A replacement for a customer that didn't care for the higher riding sheath I normally do.




    The Osage S.R.




    One of the black and red S.R.'s






    Finally done. I feel like I just gave birth.:15:

    Iz

  6. #106
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    ha.. right on Iz... those are some great looking knives and sheaths..

  7. #107
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    That there is some fine looking pants Iz. Keep up the good work, and work more . I'm on the waiting list you know.

  8. #108

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    Thanks, Mike and Ridge!

    Forgot to post up pics of the Missouri once it was done.









    Iz

  9. #109

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    Done with this batch except for sheaths and the Missouri.

    Wilson's Creek Combat, brown canvas micarta







    Dogwood with o.d. green canvas and thin blue g10 spacers.







    Salt creek kitchen knives. One with carmel linen micarta and black pins, the other with walnut burl and an extended handle.



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  10. #110

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    One shot neck knife. A one off design since I had extra time and little extra steel.
    3/16" o-1, varied convex, Black and green g10 scales









    Soldier River with black canvas micarta







    Another WCC this one has red linen micarta and thin black g10 spacers. It's 1/8" stock.







    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

  11. #111
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    Had a feeling one of those was extra. Went to the site and checked it out. Boy I bet that would make a good paring knife for the kitchen. But I am waiting on another "extra" Gasconade to show up!

  12. #112
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    I see how ya are Iz, post up a sweet one off right before mine's up and I can't snag it since I've already had to save for the other!

    Looks like a great addition to your line up if you ask me. Kind of an inbetween knife.

  13. #113
    Got all the sheaths done but one. I screwed up the one for the dogwood so I get to do that again tomorrow. :17:















    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

  14. #114
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    Hey Iz shoot me a PM on what a standard Wilson Creek and a Missouri runs. One or the other will be put on the list after I gets me my Green River!! I'm leaning towards the Wilson Creek and I dont even like tactial knives, but that one is pretty cool.

  15. #115
    Ridge,
    If you'd like you can request a couple quotes on my site so I can get you a price on exactly what you want.
    http://www.turleyknives.com/requestaquote.htm

    Wait time right now is running about seven months from date of order.







    So I redid the sheath for the dogwood that I screwed up the other day.





    Totally done with this batch...on to the next one.

    Iz

  16. #116
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    A dirty Turley! Silve Creek PSK, made short work of cleaning this rabbit.


  17. #117
    Dig it, Skabber.
    Iz

  18. #118

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    Got all the knives in this batch done on Friday except for the Niangua. I finished it up Saturday.

    Soldier River o.d. green canvas micarta











    Soldier River black g10 scales







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  19. #119

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    Modified dogwood- 5" blade and pommel plate









    Regular dogwood with a pommel plate











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  20. #120

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    Dogwood 5/32" thick with dark brown spacers and natural/brown canvas scales.
    This knife surprised me. I pretty much fell in love with it not because of anything I did but because of the customer's choices on it. 5/32" with the full height grind makes it a light and crazy cutter and I really like the subtle difference between the spacers and the sales.









    The last of the Generation 1 z-seres. This one won't be made either ever again or at least for a very long time. It'll be available on the site tonight or tomorrow in case anyone is interested.









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