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    Why not add this little dude to the mix... it is small


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    A Sibert and Hanson:





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    "We live so far back in the woods, when I go hunting I head toward town." - Earl Estep

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    Marcin Bona:





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    I recently finished a small hunter I call my "Vagabond Hunter". The blade is 3 1/4



    Here's a small integral with about a 2 1/4 inch cutting edge. A very light and easy carry. Blackwood and Cocobola.


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    Nice knives Lin, can just see the top one clipped on my belt.

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    Oh man, some fantastic knives here! I have a serious soft spot for smaller knives, its pretty much all I make.

    Lin, your work just amazes me! I did watch a video you put up on youtube (testing a new forge) and your hammered out a small dropped edge hidden tang knife, I was wondering if something like that is pretty standard for you? You sure are at the top of my list! I would love to own one some day, you are an inspiration for me to keep making knives!


    -Xander

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    Here are a few of mine to add to the list.



















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    Joseph Hoover

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    Love small knives!












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    W2 integral hunter .




    416/1095

    Last edited by wana; 06-23-2012 at 05:51 AM.

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    Here is a Bill Moran M-10 Hunter:



    And a few Jerry Fisk, MS Hunters:







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    simple yet sofisticated
    my favorite so far...



    this is my CAS hunter











    Last edited by robino; 06-29-2012 at 12:33 PM.

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    Same of my hunter knives.









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    D2 Hunter


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    This thread still alive?
    Here's one I recently finished for a Blade Show delivery:
    San Mai and Bakelite:



    A San Mai and Blackwood:




    And a Brute de Forge that was a gift with a natural hamon:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Jones View Post
    Oh man, I'm in love! Those Sendero's are awesome, can't deny that, and that DeRosier (sp?) is cool too, but the lines of the DHIII are so clean, so modest that they simply cannot be improved! That knife has got to be my new favorite! I must know more about it, is it a one off of customer design (yours?)? Is it a standard design that he offers, and what does he call it?

    I will have one of those or that one someday! Beautiful!


    -Xander

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    Not only are there some seriously great knives here, but some of these sheaths are over the top! Truly a total package for many of these knives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast14riot View Post
    Oh man, I'm in love! Those Sendero's are awesome, can't deny that, and that DeRosier (sp?) is cool too, but the lines of the DHIII are so clean, so modest that they simply cannot be improved! That knife has got to be my new favorite! I must know more about it, is it a one off of customer design (yours?)? Is it a standard design that he offers, and what does he call it?

    I will have one of those or that one someday! Beautiful-Xander


    I also like very much, sober and elegant, a "urban EDC" ??





    I like it very much, Lin, But I find too present the inscription on the blade. It's just "MY" Opinion...

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    Here's one of the pieces I got from Sam Lurquin at Blade:





    Roger

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    Thank you for photos Roger. The first ones that Sam had sent to me did not return justice to the knife....I like the "light" on the handle of the first photo..

    As what a bad photo can "damage" a knife.

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