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Great looking blade and sheath!
An ant... I should have carved a fiddleback spider!
New-to-me Bushcrafter with Osage Orange over Walnut scales and black micarta liners, all the way from 2010, with matching firesteel.
Of the several I've owned this JK is my absolute favorite: great ergo's and perfect proportions are what make the JK EO1 Hunter great for...
It is an older HB (from 2012)
Kinda reminds me of something...:
Ha! ...the micarta has rather squared, unrefined edges so I doubt it is as comfortable in hand as your bone PC, but it is a great carver.
Fiddleback fixed blade for most of the big chunks; GEC 62 pocket-carver for most the details.
Finally received a much awaited 62 pocket-carver and put it to use right away by carving a trout in pine. [ATTACH]
You're quite right about the grain pattern of pine. I use chunks of scrap 2x4 that I will cut to the size I need, usually 1x1. I usually begin on...
Doug Linker, I'll check him out!
He appears to be giving that youngster the death-stare / stink-eye in the first pic! Haha
Most comfortable Fiddleback I've held.