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Thread: Wasatch Muk in Ironwood.

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    Wasatch Muk in Ironwood.


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    Here is another Muk I just finished and was surprised (as I usually am) by the way this particular handles set turned out a lot different than I expected. I used black pins to not detract from the wood and they almost disappear. I always love ironwood.

    Any comments or suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks for looking!












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    Thats just fregg'in beautiful and YES!! I love ironwood too always have.

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    Uh, That is gorgeous! Doing some great work Jared, Keep it up Bro.

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    That is very sweet... The black pins are a nice touch. Verrrry nice!

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    Very nice; love everything about that one!

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    Oh wow, that is gorgeous! one of your best I've seen. I love the details, including the pointed front of the scales.
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    thats a real beauty

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    That is so sweet Jared. Love the way the liners work with the wood. Nice work as always.

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    Nessmuks are my least favorite styles if knives, But I have to hand it to you. I really like what you have done with this one! especially the handle treatment.

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    Wow, that is fantastic. I really like the ironwood and the orange liners.

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    Excellent job Jared. I really like your Nessie.
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    Thanks every one, very much! I've been on a bit of a wood kick right now and I was really tickled with this one.
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    Very nice work!

    Great photos, too.

    Ironwood was a great choice - one of my favorites.

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    I love it, we need to meet up one of these days. Great work!
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    Thanks Ryan, we definitely do. Maybe a collab or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Oeser View Post
    Thanks Ryan, we definitely do. Maybe a collab or something.

    Haha I love a good Collaboration! Any Ideas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanW View Post
    Haha I love a good Collaboration! Any Ideas?
    Ya know, I need to give that some thought.
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    That is beautiful. It glows.

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    I keep coming back to this one!
    Jared, do you etch/grind, or grind/mask/etch? I like the clean bevels with the aged flats.

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