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Discussion in 'Terrio HandMade Knives' started by james terrio, Oct 26, 2013.
Every fisherman will want one and every cook will as well. I can't see a reason to not make them.
.088" at the ricasso, .035" at the butt, gradual distal taper all the way down the blade.
I hope so
And I know a few others that have shown great interest in what I have told them about my upcoming green handled James Terrio made Elmax fillet knife.
Once that baby gets to Iowa...you just might have another order coming in.
I sincerely appreciate your support, and naturally I love it when you rascals tell your friends about my work. Thank you very much!
Please do not forget... I have not made a "perfect" knife to date. I rely heavily on y'all's feedback to help me improve my designs and my skills. I'm not scared to admit when I'm wrong or when I can improve. Brutal honesty is strongly encouraged! :thumbup:
Custom Strix in CPM-154 and orange G10 with full tapers and 600-grit hand satin finish. By request, I changed the shape of the front of the handle and made the guard/ricasso larger so the client can comfortably rest her thumb on it when she's paring veggies and whatnot.
What are the specs on the standard "Strix"?
For your education:
The strix looks just perfect for an EDC, meant to be used.
Thank you! That's the whole idea... a light, handy everyday knife.
Oh that's nice. Is it done?
It is! I need your address
Thanks again James, One of my sharpest knives now!!
Kaywater in the house. Momma happy. Pictures in use forthcoming. Momma very happy.
Thank you brother James. :thumbup:
You're very welcome. When Momma's happy, everyone's happy
Here's a little somethin'-somethin' that just needs a quick clean-up, and will be heading out for a passaround very soon...
That looks like it needs some lamb on it, from deboning and frenching a standing lamb rib roast!
yes, yes it does!
Well, sign up for the passaround when I get it going, and you can carve all the lamb you want!
Please, no chopping cinder blocks or battoning redwood trees, though...