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    Looking good Iz! LOVE the 10-3's!

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    Man I cant wait to see the 10-3.....Nice work buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bindlestitch View Post
    Next batch up to bat.



    A dogwood (not shown), a soldier river, a green river, a gasconade, a boone's branch, a one shot and two prototypes.
    This one has quite a bit of variety in it.
    Iz
    Is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by quietmike View Post
    Is it?
    Why yes, I do believe it is.
    Iz

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    Thanks, guys.

    More done today.
    The 10-3 inspired knives are shown here. One with handsanded flats and one with the scale left on. Also the one shot is in this pic.

    Iz

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    Worked off and on this weekend to make up for some unavoidable down time last week.

    All of em' are ready for handles to commence.


    I'm gonna try to finish up the machete/golok and the salt creeks from the last batch, too.


    And a little sneak peak of a pet project coming down the line.


    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

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    Feeling like a kid the week before Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bindlestitch View Post
    And a little sneak peak of a pet project coming down the line.


    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

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    More progress:

    These will lag behind a little since they aren't for order. Two are gifts and one is for me.


    8 knives with the handles rough ground. Lord willing I'll get them all done tomorrow.


    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

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    Is that Green River #3 that I see there Iz?

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    Why yes it is.
    Iz

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    Got final confirmation mail today on my Missouri River. Woohoo!
    Can't wait to see it being born on the next batch pics.

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    Glad you're excited, man. Keep your eyes here Monday or Tuesday. I'll have something posted, Lord willing.
    Iz

  14. #34

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    Here's the sheaths for this batch.

    The dogwood


    The Soldier River


    The Green River




    The Boone's branch


    The Huzzah Creek


    All the sheaths come with the model number on the back now if there's room.


    The Model 1926




    And the first customer ordered Green River heading out the door with it's special packaging.





    Thanks for looking,
    Iz

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    nice box - did you make it or repurpose it?
    (either way is cool, just curious)

    also - what's a model 1926?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bindlestitch View Post
    Here's the sheaths for this batch.

    The Green River


    And the first customer ordered Green River heading out the door with it's special packaging.




    The Boone's branch



    Thanks for looking,
    Iz
    Iz your killing me man, that GR is the sweetest thing since Moon Pies came out!!

    That Boone's looks good with that horizontal carry I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066vik View Post
    nice box - did you make it or repurpose it?
    (either way is cool, just curious)

    also - what's a model 1926?
    Pretty sure he makes them, I think that he said that he was looking for somewhere to buy the box but that he could find what he wanted so he just made one or something to that effect.
    As for the 1926 it is a Solider River (model 19) handle on a Green River (model 26) blade. Basically a GR without a pommel plate.

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    cool.
    thanks - I wondered if that's what the 1926 was.

    On the boxes, I've seen something similar wrapped around expensive booze before is why I wondered if it was repurposed.
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    IZ, All of those look great . I like the special packaging .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066vik View Post
    cool.
    thanks - I wondered if that's what the 1926 was.

    On the boxes, I've seen something similar wrapped around expensive booze before is why I wondered if it was repurposed.
    Ridge is right about the 1926 and you're right about the box.
    It's a wine roll made from birch. I didn't make it but I might make a few out of ash bark when peeling season rolls around just for fun. Time will be the limiting factor in that though.

    Thanks for the nice words, guys. I appreciate it very much.
    Iz

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