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    That's a great looking hawk! I love the grip near the head, that would make choking up a whole lot more comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK Knives View Post
    I do feel kind of bad that I can`t keep my promised ship date to pmbspyder. I promised it to ship by the 27th, but instead it will ship on Monday!
    I sure hope he doesn't mind.
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    John, very nice looking work. It is truly a unique, well thought out hybrid.

    Without doubt, you have the hands of a craftsman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by protourist View Post
    I sure hope he doesn't mind.

    Yeah, I bet that's going to really bug him,
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    Yeah I was super pissed when I heard that!

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    If anyone is interested in one like this I will make more.


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    Man I can't stop coming back and looking at this hawk! I may throw a link to this thread in the axe and tomahawk section to see what people think!

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    it looks stunning john. very well done. your hands really compliment the hawk well sir
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    Awesome! Will be contacting you soon for an order.

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    holy moly! that thing is scary!
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    This is beautiful. How much does something like this cost?

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    I will be asking $300 + $10 shipping for these, they are take time to make, and the steel and micarta keeps going up in price.


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    I may have to get a matching one with a nice exotic wooden handle! Maybe a burl or snakewood!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmbspyder View Post
    I may have to get a matching one with a nice exotic wooden handle! Maybe a burl or snakewood!!
    Sorry, can`t get wood (except oak) in pieces longer than 5".


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    Love it. Great execution. Do you have plans of making a smaller version that's roughly 11 inches overall like the compact Winklers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harkamus View Post
    Love it. Great execution. Do you have plans of making a smaller version that's roughly 11 inches overall like the compact Winklers?
    I`ve been known to make anything people want, so I probably would.


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    Oh well, oak is a nice wood. Or I could always supply my own to you right?

    A Cassam compact sounds pretty cool! Let me know if you ever want any help tweaking the design at all!

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    That thing looks mean! Great looking hawk.

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    Awesome work !!!!
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    MIGHT be interested...what's the price point on 'em?

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