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    Sweet Cotton Candy, Keith!!
    Great shapes, and that Horn cut on the bias is a knockout!!
    Real nice work!!
    To find my SFOs and the dealers who carry them, check my developing website at:
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    I finished this Sodbuster and sent it to it's new home a couple days ago. Orange G10, CPM 154 CM, all fittings stainless steel. This one's a bit smaller at 3 5/8"



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    Now that looks like a great EDC Keith! The Sodbuster is another pattern that you've nailed.

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    Keith, the fitting of this sodbuster is as good as it gets. Looking forward to seeing that knife you were telling me about. Keith, keep posting your knives as they are a treat to look at. -Izzy

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    Outstanding job! That's the perfect size for a Soddie.

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    Very nice Sod buster Keith and I also really like the horn scales on that pretty little cotton sampler.

    Jim
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    Here's a 4" Lanny's Clip I finished and shipped last week. 1/8" CPM 154 CM blade & spring, all stainless fittings, blade pivot bushing, integral bolsters, sambar stag scales.



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    That is a great looking Lanny's.
    I really like the use of a lanyard tube.

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    Looks great Keith! Nice and round.

    Jason

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    I agree with Jason, the first thing I thought when I saw the pics was how comfortable the handle shaping looked. Of course all the metal work is top-notch too. Another beauty, Keith.

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    Looking good Keith. -

    TA
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    Thank you for the comments.

    I finished and delivered this 4 1/2" dogleg trapper today. It has a CPM 154 CM blades & springs, integral bolsters, blade pivot bushings, and bone scales with my jigging. Thanks for looking, comments are welcome. Keith

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    Keith,
    Another beauty! Great LC too!
    Jeff
    "The more corrupt the state, the more it legislates" Tacitus

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    Keith, that blade is gnarly. I like it a lot. Great knife.

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    Just superb Keith. So clean, I love the contrast of the matte steel and the black bone.

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    Great work as ever Keith! I can see why the dogleg trapper didn't need a shield - there's enough character in that worm grooved/ jigged bone. Is the unusually shaped blade called a spey blade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hicks View Post
    Great work as ever Keith! I can see why the dogleg trapper didn't need a shield - there's enough character in that worm grooved/ jigged bone. Is the unusually shaped blade called a spey blade?
    That's a spey blade.

    I appreciate all the comments folks! Thank you.

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    Great DLT, Keith!
    I like your worm groove!!
    To find my SFOs and the dealers who carry them, check my developing website at:
    www.waynorthcutlery.net

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    Honorary Guardian of the Lamb Foot.

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    That's a spey blade alright.

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