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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by TPVT, Dec 20, 2018.
My Cowbell in Starry Night G-carta
What model of Martin is that?
Great shot, Dylan!
Can someone list the specs on the Cowbell knife? Just curious as I have seen a couple of pics and someone else said it could be a good Bird and trout. Thanks.
@cbach8tw here you go
Thank you, Dennis, and my apologies for such an obnoxiously late response.
It is the Martin DM - nothing fancy. Almost 20 years ago, I knew I wanted Martin quality but I didn't have a Martin budget. Found this one at the time and made it mine - I haven't regretted it one bit.
No frills but she sure sings pretty sweet.
Thanks for the threads.
These are 6 1/2" overall with around a 2 7/8" cutting edge.
Add Friendship and you'd have a good starting list...
Thats an absolutely Epic photo Dylan. Two serious questions, are you for hire and do you have a classic handgun or revolver that you could set up a shot like that with?
Thanks, John! I'm happy to setup any shots you would like. I have a number of cap and ball revolvers - '58 Remington New Army, Remington pocket revolver, Colt Walker, a couple other Colts as well.
In terms of more conventional arms - a Colt Lawman, a couple of S&W Model 10s, a single action Colt reproduction, a Ruger Wrangler. What I don't have, a buddy of mine easily has - so I have ready access to a lot of options.
I used to have an old GI Ithaca 1911 that was in pretty sweet shape but I traded it for an AR-15 a number of years ago (I still kinda of regret that to this day).
I can get some good shots with some sweet rifles too - Winchesters, an old Springfield in .45-70, M1 Garand, among many others.
We'll definitely have to talk business, I'd like to get a good shot for some shirts. A few ideas of the top of my head would be, Serrano with the Model 10..... Coffin handle with a pocket revolver and a bottle.... Bullnose with a 45-70... A lot of good possible combinations.