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  1. #21

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    That is my new bowie
    Blade: 11" 440-C mirror polished


    Thanks, Romano

  2. #22
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    I don't make many 10+ blades but here's one that I did last year:



    Gary
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    ABS, CKCA, AKA, KGA

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    The Diamondback
    Steel: W2
    Finish: Hand-rubbed with clay hamon
    Handle: Dyed curly maple
    Overall Length: 15 1/4 inches
    Blade Length: 10 inches






    The Alamo
    Steel: W2
    Finish: Hand-rubbed with clay hamon
    Handle: Desert Ironwood
    Overall Length: 16 3/4 inches
    Blade Length: 11 1/4 inches



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    Took a few quick pics w/the iphone last night of a few of my large blades that I had handy... From top down... AC Richards, Adam DesRosiers, Karl Andersen, Phillip Patton and Matt Lamey












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    Wonderful knives all.......a fine selection of makers.

    Rest in Peace my dear friend...you are sorely missed.
    Photo by Albion Armorers



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    I had the honor to attend a W.F. Moran Foundation event recently and got to see several great examples of Mr. Morans work including this Monster! When this was pulled out of the case a collective gasp was heard! Sorry about the bad photo!



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    This thread is pure WIN! More please.

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    Marcus Lin ABS style Comp Cutter.

    Specs:
    Steel: 5160 (heat treated to HRC 59), flat ground with a convex edge and enamel coated for rust resistance.

    Blade Length: 9-1/2" (to top of scales)

    Blade Width: A tad over 1-3/4"

    Overall Length: 15"

    Stock Thickness: 0.25"

    Handle: Black Micarta with Brass Rivets




    Doug

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    Svords 11"ers

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    Okay here are a few of mine, more to follow. Not one blade under 10" Apart from the Quesenberry which is a tad over 9.5":

    Mike Quesenberry:



    Kyle Royer:



    Denis Mura (Ziozeb)out of Italy:





    Ray Laconico:



    Bud Richards:





    Tobin Smith:


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    Here is one i really like. Paul Savage of Canada. Not mine though.

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    Oh man! That Mike Quesenberry, Ray Laconico, and Kyle Royer are just fantastic examples of each's unique style. That ivory on the Royer is just fantastic.

    I'm surprised we haven't seen any of the cutlass' or long fighters by MCS Wood yet.

    -Xander

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    Here's a Jason Knight Adventure Bowie with an 11 3/4" blade. A Big Heavy Honker....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Win Heger View Post
    My only really large knives:

    Fikes Parang with 10 1/2" Blade, Camp with 9 1/2" Blade



    Fikes Jungle Honey, 15 1/2" Blade, 30" OAL Hard to qualify this as a knife!

    Love love those....
    "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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    Seeing as I could'nt make it to Blade I will look at a few from my collection.

    Ray Laconico:











    Bill Buxton:



    Mike Craddock:



    Marcin Bona:



    Mike Quesenberry:



    Tobin Smith:







    A pair from Ken Hall:



    Bob Ham:



    Toby Crocker:



    I R Bailey:

    Last edited by Big Rick; 06-09-2012 at 03:13 PM.

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    This is my Alien Bushcraft
    32 cm long, 3mm thick blade

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    Some awesome knives in this thread. I hope it keeps going.

    Here is one I made last year that is definitely over 10" (don't remember just how long). It is wrought over 1095 san mai.

    -Mike

    “If any man says he hates war more than I do, he better have a knife, that's all I have to say”
    -Jack Handy

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    Himalayan Imports Seax
    Himalayan Imports AK Bowie
    ESEE Junglas
    Himalayan Imports Farm Knife



    Himalayan Imports Farm Knife (10.5" blade / 16.5" overall)
    Himalayan Imports Cherokee Rose (12.5" blade / 20" overall)
    Himalayan Imports Chiruwa Ang Khola (20" blade / 26.5" overall)


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    MOB

    my little cutter

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    So far, Big Rick for the win! Truely a first class collection of bowies and fighters!


    -Xander

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