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Thread: D2 Ness Mac AND a Mini Drop Point in Elmax for Oregon

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    D2 Ness Mac AND a Mini Drop Point in Elmax for Oregon


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    Just finished one up to add to my lineup for the OKCA show next month in Oregon. This is a standard Ness Mac in .180" thick D2, flat ground, hardened to RC 59-60 by Peters with a random etch on the flats. Instead of my usual handle style which can be a bit flashy sometimes I decided to go low key natural on this one, with bone linen G-10 slabs and brown micarta liners.

    Thanks for looking, comments welcome



















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    Your way to modest Bro. Nothing low key about it. That is a beauty, I love the etch on the flats.
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    Adding some pics of a Mini Drop Point XL, also for the show.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBS TOOLMAKER View Post
    Your way to modest Bro. Nothing low key about it. That is a beauty, I love the etch on the flats.
    Careful brother! You'll make my head swell and then my hats won't fit anymore! Thanks buddy

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    That Ness Mac kicks some major arse! Would love to see it in Elmax, though.


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    Their both really nice i especially like the mini xl myself and for some reason i really like your style. Its like your knives keep talking to me.

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    That Nessmac is nasty!
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    Loooove it!

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    Sweet blades, especially the NessMac
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    Very nice. I didn't notice the staggered jimping on the mini when I looked at it on FB, very cool.
    I like the Ness Mac's finish and the variation from your usual without losing the essential YOU in the knife.
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    both blades looking awesome !!

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    I really like both of those, especially the Ness Mac!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David66 View Post
    I really like both of those, especially the Ness Mac!

    Pier One called and wants their place mats back!
    Haha! You caught me David! They do make good backgrounds though!

    Remy, thanks for noticing the staggered jimping, thought I'd try something different.

    Thanks for the comments guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by d762nato View Post
    Their both really nice i especially like the mini xl myself and for some reason i really like your style. Its like your knives keep talking to me.
    Buy one, you will not regret it! It's a pretty bad ass edc small fixed blade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkedshooter View Post
    Buy one, you will not regret it! It's a pretty bad ass edc small fixed blade.
    Thank you, brother! Hope yours is serving you well

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