L.C. Finger knife by Jeff Woodworth

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Greetings All,
You may remember a thread titled "Is it kosher to vamp on the Sharpfinger profile?" This knife is what resulted from that thread.
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Specs: Blade steel is O1
Handle scales are Deer Antler found on my farm
Pins are Brass and Steel
Blade Length: 3 1/8" from handle to tip of blade
Handle Length: ~3 3/4"
Blade is 5/32" thick
Handle is 3/4" at widest point
Blade has a patina instilled with vinegar
Sorry for the poor quality of some of these, but on to the pics: knife in sheath
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Blade:
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"Prototype" Label:
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IN hand:
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and on end:
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I got this one pretty sharp I would say, Proof:
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Let me know what you think of it,
Jeff Woodworth :D
 
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Apologies to all those who viewed the thread, apparently none of my pictures worked due to a mistake of mine with my photobucket account, they should all work now.
Jeff
 
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well, jeff,
considering you were extremely creative about that. i applaud you. BUT, you shoulda told me earlier!!! i woulda came over to play :D lol. jk bro.
Nice knife, very nice
Jes
 
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Thanks FOG, Hows your knife making going? This one is my first fixed blade, and my first sheath. I'm quite happy with it.
Jeff
 
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Yes she is pointy, but I've stabbed it into wood of several kinds to test the tip, didn't have any problems with bending or even dulling it. I was kinda worried it would be TOO thin and not be usable, Very glad that is not the case.
Jeff W
 

FOG2

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Jeff its coming right along im on my 5th a 6th ones now.
There for my bros. for a xmas present. I DO still need to heat treat an sharpen the others. A local maker said he would help w/ the HT.

So i just keep on Making new ones till that happens. I really ENJOY doing it


Thanks for asking.Fog
 
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