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    The Monster's Bowie! New photo..


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    Hey guys, here I show you one of the knives brought to the show here in Buenos Aires. I made ​​some more but I have no pictures yet, will be in the next few days.
    The Bowie made in Damascus steel 12 "blade. The reason the title is by the sympathetic monster that appeared in the damascus.
    Best regards.
    Claudio


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    Last edited by claudio-cas; 06-19-2012 at 07:39 AM.

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    What are the handle scales? It looks like dyed wood, but hard to tell from photo. Very good-looking knife.

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    Very cool. Great knife, I know you hope you can do that again. I would anyway.

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    Black dyed Sycamore from Burlsource, I think. Great knife!

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    WOW masterpiece I like it so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik markman View Post
    Black dyed Sycamore from Burlsource, I think. Great knife!
    Absolutely true friend!

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    Very cool piece Claudio - I see the monster too.

    Roger

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    That is beautiful!!!

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    I like it a lot, am a big fan of S guard. The monster face is a great bonus.

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    The knife looks great. I like how the handle compliments the damascus blade.

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    Awesome work Claudio
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    AWESOME Claudio! I like it VERY much!

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    Ive said it before and I'll say it again, I LOVE your style man, truly beautiful. love the spine too

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    Claudio, nice show and beautiful knive. Congratulations on the award received.

    Horacio

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    Beautiful, in every way!
    Seems like it's been a while since we're seen a non-laminated blade from you.

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    Very nice

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    that is a sweet knife indeed.

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    Thank you very much everyone for the comments.
    Here I show you another bowie 10" leading to the show

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Jones View Post
    Beautiful, in every way!
    Seems like it's been a while since we're seen a non-laminated blade from you.
    I'm trying to turn in my style.You are a keen observer.
    Thank you for comment..
    Claudio

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    They Are both very nice it is good to see you mixing things up a bit.
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