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    Personally, I would like to see a balisong or a charging handle operated OTF.

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    OTF design can be tricky, even a simple SA design will probably have a few bugs to work out. Great side project though.

    I was really impressed with the hawkbill mini push dagger and think that should be something you do a few more of.

    I'd be interested in seeing other hawkbills as well as larger pushdaggers with T-handles set with wood or micarta scales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Mike View Post
    Personally, I would like to see a balisong or a charging handle operated OTF.
    I think its safe to say you're on a bali craze at the moment.
    WTB- Les George Rockeyes small, regular, and extra large. If you have one and want entertain the idea of getting rid of it... LET ME KNOW!

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    A meth cook could argue the same... Justcuz I make it doesn't mean...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Mike View Post
    A meth cook could argue the same... Justcuz I make it doesn't mean...
    I think you took that the wrong way, I meant no harm. In the last week or so I have seen the one you made, the post you made in Snody's sub section, and this one. It was more of an observation than anything.
    WTB- Les George Rockeyes small, regular, and extra large. If you have one and want entertain the idea of getting rid of it... LET ME KNOW!

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    i wouldn't mind seeing a folding karambit with Machined titaniums scales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickortizzle1035 View Post
    i wouldn't mind seeing a folding karambit with Machined titaniums scales.
    Mmmmmm that sounds wicked

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickortizzle1035 View Post
    i wouldn't mind seeing a folding karambit with Machined titaniums scales.
    With at least 3.5" of curved death!

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    That would be terrifying!
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    I've also been eying some real bad ass wharncliffe designs....we shall see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamWoods View Post
    I've also been eying some real bad ass wharncliffe designs....we shall see.
    Would this be the foot of a giant exotic sheep or more of an everyday well known variety? Either way can't wait to see the mock up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamWoods View Post
    I've also been eying some real bad ass wharncliffe designs....we shall see.
    Wharncliffe mini TiTan? Meaning still a large size folder.
    WTB- Les George Rockeyes small, regular, and extra large. If you have one and want entertain the idea of getting rid of it... LET ME KNOW!

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    TiTan Version 2.0!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex_ View Post
    Wharncliffe mini TiTan? Meaning still a large size folder.
    yup I'm thinking 3.5-4" Wharncliffe mini TiTan with .15-.18" stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamWoods View Post
    yup I'm thinking 3.5-4" Wharncliffe mini TiTan with .15-.18" stock
    Do your TiTan owners get first priority on the list
    WTB- Les George Rockeyes small, regular, and extra large. If you have one and want entertain the idea of getting rid of it... LET ME KNOW!

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    And on that note how is the TiTan coming along?
    WTB- Les George Rockeyes small, regular, and extra large. If you have one and want entertain the idea of getting rid of it... LET ME KNOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex_ View Post
    Do your TiTan owners get first priority on the list
    Lets not get ahead of ourselves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Windex_ View Post
    And on that note how is the TiTan coming along?
    Good! The blades are shipped out to HT and I'm workin' on this mountain of titanium handles.

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    Large wharn sounds awesome!

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    awfully quiet around these parts lately
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickortizzle1035 View Post
    awfully quiet around these parts lately
    It's only quite because I'm busy listening to the sweet sweet sounds of a waterjet. New blanks getting cut all week long! I'm turning the Leviathan into a WIP once I get back in town.

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