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    TM Hunt Warnie Knife


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    I saw a pic of Todd Hunt's lil neck knives and had to have one. He graciously answered all my questions and made a few tweaks to the design to fit my requests. I have met Todd in person and would like to think of him as a friend, great guy....and he is easy to work with.

    I got my very own Hunt Warnie in the mail last week...and it doesn't disappoint. The steel is O1 and I aint 100% sure on the scale material, I think either Corian or G10. I chose the color but I forget what the material was.

    The edge was very sharp, shaved hair easily. All the lines and grinding was great, I aint sure what finish he uses but it has a nice matte ''working'' look to it. His handle ergos are second to none...and even this tiny blade has a great feel to it.

    I call this knife ''The Fang'' and it lives up to it, awesome back-up neck-knife!























    I actually have two in my possession at the moment







    The red one is going to a friend.

    Todd makes a Very nice leather sheath for these, or kydex. But I like to add my own touch so I ordered it sans sheath

    Made this one up today













    I am tickled with the tiny feller.... I highly recommend Todd's work.

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    if it's the same material as mine, which I think it is, then it be g10. I wear my everyday and have for amost 6 months. Mine rides on my belt though. Damned handy things ain't they?



    My girlfriend has one as well, but wears hers as a neck knife. She loves hers too.

    My personal Wharnie and the sheath Todd did for it.




    When we made mine we also made one for my daughter.


    Great review Thrillbilly! These are sweet little blades.
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    That's a nasty, handy little bugger, and I love it! The finish on the steel is great. The two sets of understated jimping are a nice touch.

    -Daizee
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    I figured it was G10 since it has ''grain''. Feels nice whatever it is, nice polish too.

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    Wow! Thanks Thrill for the review! Really glad you like it. I see that heinous attack from the bk-4 is healing up nicely on your finger!

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    Great looking knife, I really like the finish on Todd's blades. You really gotta watch out when you handle it for the first time, his edge will bite you. The size and blade shape make the warnie look really useful, ill have to get me one. Thanks for the review thrill!

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    Here's a pic of another one I finished sat. This one in curly maple.

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    Thats awesome Todd!

    Maybe I should start ''collecting'' these in varied handle materials LOL

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    These look like awesome little knives. I've noticed their cameos here and there in the Becker forum. Thanks for posting up the pics Thrillbilly.

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