A recently completed liner lock

Durban Devil

Hunter Handmade Knives
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I actually finished this knife about 3 weeks ago. I wasn't happy with the initial blade profile nor the fit and finish. So in between orders and other projects I made a new blade and cleaned up a lot of the issues on fit and finish that bothered me. Overall I'm pretty happy with the knife. The length open is 8 3/4" and it has a cutting edge of 3 5/8". The blade is made from AEB-L and file worked. The bolsters are 416 s/s and the handle material unidirectional carbon fiber from AJ Composites. The liners are anodized titanium which are also file worked. I plan on making more of this style knife in the future. Thanks for looking comments/critiques welcomed.
 

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Exceptional work, sir. I love the blade profile and your color combinations. At least personally, I'd love an Ambi thumb stud, but that's a personal preference matter-overall, I'm severely impressed. :thumbsup:
 
I like it . The shape flows very well and I also like the fact the blade doesn't resemble a hatchet.The file work complements the package well. :thumbsup:
 
Exceptional work, sir. I love the blade profile and your color combinations. At least personally, I'd love an Ambi thumb stud, but that's a personal preference matter-overall, I'm severely impressed. :thumbsup:
Thanks Max. It's funny you mentioned the ambi thumb stud. I was going to do that originally and decided against it at the last minute.
 
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