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New Little Integral

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I'm getting a kick out of making these! The response to them has been unreal. I was a little leery when I approached Bob with the Idea. ( He doesn't like for his designs to be monkeyed with) I was shocked. Bob was all for it!!! So here is the newest addition to the Lovett-Loveless Connection Line. They have a 3" Blade, 6 1/4" OAL, fully hollow ground blade with a full distal taper. It is the Integral Stiff Horn. I am working on a City Knife version, that looks very nice. Blade length of 2". Blade steel is ATS-34, with a triple temper. It comes with a pocket sheath, followed soon by a cross draw model. Hope you like them! Mike and Manuela
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Can't exactly put my finger on why, but I love everything about that knife. I think it was a fantastic twist. Makes me want to get one of them and start cutting stuff.
 
Fantastic Mike. That would be a great work knife or a fixed EDC if one carried such a thing. Simple, clean, and functional with almost my favorite, a "wharney "blade.:thumbup:
 
There is something simple and very elegant about that knife! I really like it.
 
Mike, I really like these knives. You know what I also think would look great? If you were to thin from the groove back, to the thickness of a regular full tang, and add slabs. These knives would look great with ivory, stag, MOP, Micarta, etc. handles. Just a thought.
 
Mike, You know what I also think would look great? If you were to thin from the groove back, to the thickness of a regular full tang, and add slabs. These knives would look great with ivory, stag, MOP, Micarta, etc. handles. Just a thought.

Keith, I was thinking the same thing. A nice piece of ironwood. Premo :thumbup:
 
And just how do I go about getting one of these? Maybe I missed something, but I did not see a link or a price. Are you taking orders for these? Cause I want one badly. What a great little knife.
 
Thank you every one! Like I said, I'm really liking making these!!! Keith I sort of already do. Its the regular Stiff Horn mod. Although it isn't integral. Been thinking about it though. I wonder how jit would look made really thin like this one. The regular one is a bit thicker in the handle. Colog, My E-mail is lister in my profile. Michaellovett@earthlink.net I do take orders, but I don't solicite buisness here on the forums. I think they would frown on it. I am about 7-8 years behind on the Lovett-Loveless Connection Knives, but these can be had in just a few months. http://knifelegends.com/ Will have a few without the wait. If you will e-me, I will get the price to you. thanks Mike and Manuela
 
Thanks Every one! Manuela and I are really enjoying these little Knives. The one Santa Gave me for Christmas is a Joy to carry> I got a Lovett Knife, I got a Lovett Knife..........oop's sorry! Well I wanted one too. First knife I've made for myself in years! Hi Don, how ya doing guy? Happy New Year! Keith, here is a pic of the City Knife, rather than the Stiff Horn, But I think it will do just fine to show kinda what you were suggesting. Mike and Manuela
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I'm show this pic, so that you can inspect the guard joint area. Please if you will, take a close look at the underside of the knife, where the tang, guard, and blade join. I think you will be able to see just how close a fit we get, and, just how much it looks like a true integral. But without the additional 1000dollar price tag usually added to them. Thanks Guys. Mike and Manuela
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