Like that a lot; nicely done!
Are those flared tubes or chamfered thick wall tubing?
I was in Oregon for the OKCA show this past April. I was staying at Mike Turner's for a few days after the show learning the in's and out's of forging, We took a break and headed down to where Mark Works. Mark asked if I would make him a necker, I was honored.
A few weeks ago a few extra pieces of wood snuck into one of my orders from Burl Source. One was a very nice piece of Redwood Pin Burl with "Mark's Necker" written on it.
Here is it Mark:
Steel: 1/8" Aldo's W2
Handle: Redwood Pin Burl
Sheath: Stevenson Shark Skin
Misc: Tapered Tang, Mosaic Pin, Hamon
Comments Welcome, Thanks for looking
Looks amazing Ryan. Love that blade shape, and definitely a wood-man's wood scales. Great job.
Before enlightenment - chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment - chop wood, carry water.
Mark's kinda funny that way. He sent me a nice piece of wood awhile ago, foolishly thinking I'd actually get around to making a knife with it...I won't forget I owe him one!
Nice piece Ryan.
That is awesome ! I really like the
I just got the knife in the mail today.
I love it!
My boss tried to talk me out of it, but no way.
This is a really cool little knife.
I have been wearing around my neck ever since I opened the box.
Thank You Ryan!!!!
Mark I am glad it arrived safely and am very glad you like it! Use it well my friend!
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