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    Knife Pics


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    Tigress












    BT6 Proto






    BT4 Recurve












    BT4














    BT4 Ironwood








    BT4 Carbon Fiber









    Chickenplucker's FAT BT4 with a Deep Dish Hollow Grind











    BT4 Variant








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    Small Bowie











    Santoku





    Kitchen Knife








    Outdoorsman











    Reverse Edge (Pikals)













    Hawkbill EDC










    Clip Point EDC







    Wharnie








    Small Hawbill



    BT4 Black/Red Micarta




    Combo Grind Wharnie CPM-M4


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    BT4 Combo Grind




    Kitchen Cleaver



    BT4 Flat Grind Tan Canvas





    INFI Kiridashi Alternating Chisel Grind






    Hawkbill EDC Hollow Grind




    3V Shiv



    Pikal Lagriffe S30v




    Clip Point EDC Hollow Grind CPM-154


    Choil-less BT4



    Mini Bowie




    Mini Bowie Flat Grind




    Competition Chopper CPM-M4





    Drop Point EDC in AEB-L




    Kiridashi in AEB-L with Carbide Edge

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    Clip Point EDC Variant





    Tigress CPM-M4






    Midnight Tigress



    Choil-less BT4 Bushcraft



    Mtnfolkmikes Bushcraft BT4




    BT4 36" Radius Hollow Grind




    BT4 Recurve




    BT7 Recurve Prototype





    Narwhal




    Pikal Orange G-10




    Ti Mini Santoku with Carbide Edge




    Ti Pikal with Carbide Edge



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    Titanium Hawbill




    Titanium Wharnie




    Kydex Neck Sheaths
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    Looking very nice!!!!
    Someday is today. Make your life count; don't just count the days.
    Proud Supporter of JK knives #2

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    man.. those all look fantastic Ban... i especially like those kitchen knives.. that Tigress is bad a$$ too...

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    Beautiful knives my friend. I agree with Mike, the kitchen blades look amazing!

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    Smile ban what steel do you use for your knifes

    ban your Chickenplucker's FAT BT4 with a Deep Dish Hollow Grind is very nice how much would 1 in ironwood cost are you booked up ? super knifes thanks don b.

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    I drew one up that looked just like this a while back, just wish I had your skill in turning the designs into real knives !


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    How long have you been doing this? Your knives are amazing!

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    Excellent work!

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    That recurve is wicked. What a great bunch of knives!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitdog View Post
    I drew one up that looked just like this a while back, just wish I had your skill in turning the designs into real knives !

    You already have everything in you to do it. Your desire and inspiration to draw up the design is proof that you have the power and skill to do it. Skills can be learned.

    I ground my first few knives back in 1998 and they were abysmal. I had only one that I was proud of at the time. I gave up knife making for a long time until mid 2007 rolled along. One day I was just inspired and wanted to make knives again. So I dusted out my Grizzly grinder, bought some new belts and went to town. They still were not that great and but I am constantly learning and improving.

    I still use that grizzly grinder and now have a KMG. Good equipment does help out quite a bit. But down and dirty persistence and perseverance to duke it out along with patience to learn and acquire new skill is key!

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    Man, these look great Ban. A whole lineup of great cutlery. Damn fine work.
    Who cares what I just said. Please go learn about SuperBen, he needs the knifemaking community.

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    Beautiful polished convex edges and big choils! Thanks for posting the pics.

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    Wow! really nice work. Congratulations to the new forum. Looking forward to follow your progress here!

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    Very nice bro! Good clean work. I dig it.

    This one is my favorite.


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    So much goodness here. Great looking stuff Ban.

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    Those are some good looking knives

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