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    Damascus and Koa integral fighter


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    Hi folks-


    Here's one for a fellow forum member.

    Ladder pattern 1084/15N20 integral, with line cut and fluted bolster.
    Super duper stabilized curly Koa from Mark at BurlSource
    Domed 416 ss pin


    Thanks for looking

















    -Nick-



    This link will take you to the tag-along thread where I made the damascus camp knife (above) from START to FINISH...


    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/808140-Wheeler-s-Steel-*-Stuck-in-the-metal-with-you

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    Nice one, bro!
    There is no going back. If you find that you're comfortable where you were, it's because you never really left.

    M Gregory Knives

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    If you happen to be bored, I took some photos and videos along the way.

    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...gral-tag-along
    -Nick-



    This link will take you to the tag-along thread where I made the damascus camp knife (above) from START to FINISH...


    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/808140-Wheeler-s-Steel-*-Stuck-in-the-metal-with-you

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    holy CRAP! That floats my boat!

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    Slick looking knife

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    I enjoyed the tag along, and it looks great now that it's done. It tried to impliment some of the things you talked about in you vids on the handle on the last one I did. Thank you for teaching us all so many things. I have learned so much from you and your WIPS and vids. I hope to meet you face to face some time.

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    Beautiful work my friend! Thanks for the props but really not necessary. The scale of lessons taught is leaning heavily on your side.
    Mike Quesenberry
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    Nick,
    I've been a long time admirer of your work and this piece is outstanding.

    Visit my website at www.gedraitisknives.com

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    Lovely work as always, Nick, and some good video to go with it.

    That's some gloss on that handle,

    John
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    Amazing work as usual. It is the clean factor that is so impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Gedraitis Knives View Post
    Nick,
    I've been a long time admirer of your work and this piece is outstanding.
    Ditto
    She's a Beauty,
    Dozier

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    Very Nice Nick I love those lines your work is always just so dam clean.
    ABS journeyman smith
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    Lucky bastard! (Whoever he is.)

    Oh, and also: good work!
    "Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear..."
    Thomas Jefferson

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    thats an awesome looking blade

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    very nice!

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    It is simply shocking to me that Nick continues to foist his designs, workmanship and materials off on the unsuspecting custom knife community.

    It simply has to stop and stop now. If any of Nick's victims seek restitution for their Wheeler acquisitions, please PM me.

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    Restitution?

    Haha, not very likely

    Great job Nick....especially persevering thru the woes!!!

    Have fun with the teenagers

    Bill Flynn

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    Quote Originally Posted by EScott View Post
    Amazing work as usual. It is the clean factor that is so impressive.
    Clean and mean! Nice, Nick. Congrats, Bill. That Koa with ladder pattern is hard to beat. Awesome piece.

    - Joe
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    I'm in love or lust or something......

    Rest in Peace my dear friend...you are sorely missed.
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    Sweeter than sweetness itself Nick! With a bit of nasty as well

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