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Thread: Pocket Fighter in CPM-3V Steel and Antique Ivory Micarta

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    Pocket Fighter in CPM-3V Steel and Antique Ivory Micarta


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    I recently finished up this one in super tough and wear resistant CPM-3V steel. The scales are made from the very hard to find Antique Ivory Micarta with blue G10 liners. I flared the stainless tube hardware for a super durable mechanical connection on top of the already strong West System epoxy's bond.

    My wife Sara made the leather sheath, it is made with heavy duty welt construction and is about as tough and streamlined as it gets.

    I usually don't use liners but these new G10 ones are great, they are super tough just like the rest of the knife. I liked them so much I glued up some more lined scales for later.

    I am really excited to use the CPM-3V steel, it is almost as tough as S7 and the edge holding is just off the charts... insane! I hadn't used it before because it is known as being very tough to finish. It was very tough and used more belts than usual but for steel this great it was well worth the effort! Look out for more CPM-3V in the future.

    This one is already spoken for.

    Thanks for checking out my work!









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    its gorgeous, i saw the cleaver too, any for sale?
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNB View Post
    its gorgeous, i saw the cleaver too, any for sale?
    Thank you
    Thanks!

    EDIT - It is sold.

    Check out the sale thread http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...d-Carbon-Fiber
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    Beautiful Daniel.
    Lovin' Sara's sheaths too,thats one heck of a nice package & someone is going to be very happy.(the lucky dog)
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

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    That is a sweet package anyone would be proud to own!!!

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    Now that is one cool little blade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mykel m View Post
    Beautiful Daniel.
    Lovin' Sara's sheaths too,thats one heck of a nice package & someone is going to be very happy.(the lucky dog)
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by bigcountry1315 View Post
    That is a sweet package anyone would be proud to own!!!
    Thanks! Much appreciated Sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by GRIM 62 View Post
    Now that is one cool little blade!
    Thanks! It is one of my personal favorites so far.
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    Looks like I will be that guy that's proud to own it. Woohoo! Thanks Daniel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newyork View Post
    Looks like I will be that guy that's proud to own it. Woohoo! Thanks Daniel.
    Thank You!
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    pretty sweet. The blue looks pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Katilus View Post
    pretty sweet. The blue looks pretty cool.
    Much appreciated!
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    Wow. That's beautiful! I might like a choil, but it's stunning as-is...

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    That is absolutely stunning!! Making any more soon? Sign me up!!

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    Very, very nice knife. It's really something to watch, each knife seems to get better.... You can see the evolution.

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    Daniel,

    Great looking blade....I really like the design. I'm sending you a PM with an inquiry.

    -Michael

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    That's a cool blade. Like the sheath, too.

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    Saw this one on ARFcom, how much for one of the cord wrapped ones? Beautiful blades.

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    Mrstang if you score one you're gonna shit. This thing is the sharpest knife I've seen but also thick and beefy with great ethos. I can't put it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstang01 View Post
    Saw this one on ARFcom, how much for one of the cord wrapped ones? Beautiful blades.
    Thanks MrStang for your interest in my work! I'm going to get back at you tomorrow when I am more coherent, it is 9:35 here and I have not been out the shop for long yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by newyork View Post
    Mrstang if you score one you're gonna shit. This thing is the sharpest knife I've seen but also thick and beefy with great ethos. I can't put it down.
    Sharp and beefy, nice to hear because that is what I am after! Thanks again for the excellent photos Sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Maqua View Post
    That's a cool blade. Like the sheath, too.
    Thanks! My wife made the sheath, I'm going to tell her... she will be very happy to hear that.
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    You got it bro. I've posted more in your photo gallery

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