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    Looks great Charlie. Congrats and nice job (again) Brent.

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    Great looking knife, Charlie Definitely has that vintage look and feel that we enjoy so much! Kudos to Brent and great addition to the fold!
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    Thanks Charlie I'm glad you like it. I loved that Ebony. The seller called it Ceylon Ebony and it is BLACK!

    As for the pull on that knife it came out about perfect in my opinion. I wish I could say that about all of my knives! Not long ago I had one returned for being too light I'm learning as I go here.

    Perfection still lives to the north of me about 40 miles!

    Here are some other pictures of that knife.

    Thanks for all the kind comments.


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    That ebony sure is BLACK and it's gorgeous!

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    When it comes to LC's - Brent is your man !!

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    Thumbs up Lovely!

    Charlie, Man that thing is lovely! That's great looking!
    I'm jealous!! I've still got a while before my name comes
    up! That's what I would like to have!! LC, I don't
    have one of those!! Brent killed this one!
    Congrats to you both! Thanks for sharing!


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    Great work Brent!

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    Wow, both knives are beautiful.

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    Beautiful knife Charlie. Brent's knives are wonderful!

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    Thanks for the positive comments everyone!
    Brent deserves a big round of applause for this one!!
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    That is one fine looking LC Charlie. Another nice one Brent, I hope some of that ebony is still around when my number comes up. Congrats to both of you!
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    I hope that Brent doesn't feel he's getting typecast with making all those Lanney's Clips. But he sure does a fine job doesn't he?
    I have a feeling he's going to be showing a new one very soon.
    Here's a clue....
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    Huh...I thought Brent wasn't doing two bladers...Congrats on that one, Corey.
    I'd better check where I am on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by comoha View Post
    I hope that Brent doesn't feel he's getting typecast with making all those Lanney's Clips. But he sure does a fine job doesn't he?
    I have a feeling he's going to be showing a new one very soon.
    Here's a clue....
    Brent has that pattern down cold.

    I'm hoping that he can master the sowbelly before my name comes up again.

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    Well Elliot...... no two bladers yet! Here's what Corey was referring to though, It's a CPM 154 cm 3.75" LC shadow pattern in stabilized Moose with red liners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blades&grace View Post
    Well Elliot...... no two bladers yet! Here's what Corey was referring to though, It's a CPM 154 cm 3.75" LC shadow pattern in stabilized Moose with red liners.

    That is a beauty Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blades&grace View Post
    Well Elliot...... no two bladers yet! Here's what Corey was referring to though, It's a CPM 154 cm 3.75" LC shadow pattern in stabilized Moose with red liners.
    Great looking knife, Brent! I guess I got so verklempt thinking about a moose pattern that I didn't even consider moose antler scales!
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    Brent and Charlie.

    Oh yeah baby. Both of those knives look great. I especially like Charlie's.

    To the rest of you fellow clowns looking for a two blader.
    (You are a little late.)

    And if you are looking for a 3 blader.
    (You are a little late.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by blades&grace View Post
    Well Elliot...... no two bladers yet! Here's what Corey was referring to though, It's a CPM 154 cm 3.75" LC shadow pattern in stabilized Moose with red liners.

    This is a Brent Cramer "Northwoods" Edition LC. I had spent some time in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in northern Minnesota this fall and was so influenced by the intense beauty of the region that I asked Brent to capture that feeling in this LC. Moose antler is so appropriate, and I think the red liners really lend to the sportiness of the area with all the canoeing, fishing, hunting and camping that take place there. The next time I head "up nort' " this charmer will be going with.
    Thanks again Brent.

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    That's a beauty-the moose looks great---fantastic job Brent....Tony

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