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    Nice pictures, Liveit! The colors are great and just great pictures of the knife!

    I hope John posts some pics of the snakewood he ordered in for my cutlass - I am excited to see the snakewood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mqqn View Post
    I hope John posts some pics of the snakewood he ordered in for my cutlass - I am excited to see the snakewood!

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    Not a chance! I`m going to make you wait to see it. I am impressed so far with the snakewood. I cut the handles out to tape on the blank so I knew where to start rounding the spine, and it`s some tough stuff! I`d rate it right up there with ironwood.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JK Knives View Post
    Not a chance! I`m going to make you wait to see it. I am impressed so far with the snakewood. I cut the handles out to tape on the blank so I knew where to start rounding the spine, and it`s some tough stuff! I`d rate it right up there with ironwood.
    Tease!
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    Quote Originally Posted by protourist View Post
    Tease!
    I could almost hear ole' Stomper wringing his hands and doing his best "Muhahahahaha!".

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    My Anniversary EDC arrived today, at work right now but I'll post a pic or something later, thanks John and Rick, form the brief glimpse I got before coming to work it looks great!

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    Modified Trapline in green canvas micarta.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mqqn View Post
    I could almost hear ole' Stomper wringing his hands and doing his best "Muhahahahaha!".

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    Now that I've seen it I can see why. Oh, my!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JK Knives View Post
    Modified Trapline in green canvas micarta.

    Ooooo la la....

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3mphis View Post
    Ooooo la la....
    ^^
    What he said!
    "Don't thee thou me thee thou thissen and see how tha likes thee thouing"


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    I like it! What modifications did you have done to it? Its hard to tell from the picture but the blade almost looks convex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmatter35 View Post
    I like it! What modifications did you have done to it? Its hard to tell from the picture but the blade almost looks convex.
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    it`s 3/32" stock, and he wanted the little "birds beak" at the rear of the handle rounded off.


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    John, I like how you make your knives individual to each owner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmatter35 View Post
    John, I like how you make your knives individual to each owner.
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    Just like that fast food joint,you can have it your way from JK.
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    EWOK in zebrawood, with heat treat finish.



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    ^ that looks like a handy little knife. super nice.

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    now i need an ewok.

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    Kentucky Woodsman in black micarta.



    Improved Bowie in tan micarta.



    Roach Belly in torched oak.



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    Hi John -

    Your torched oak is classic - I don't think I have seen one in that treatment that I did not love.

    Your pictures are very nice too - showing off your skills in a couple of disciplines!

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    Old style Combat with black micarta bolsters and bloodwood scales.



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    Woah! Slick work! Never seen that style before, and very cool idea with the bolsters! Kudos to the forumite that that is being mailed to!

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