Turley Knife Pictures

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Green river, 5/32" o-1 with stabilized teak burl scales

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Special model 1917 with caramel linen micarta scales, special order pommel plate and combat etch on the off side

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A cooper's creek 1/8" o-1, hand sanded flats and stabilized spalted birch scales

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A Gasconade 3/16" o-1, varied grind, stabilized spalted, curly, black line maple scales (that's a mouthful), green spacers,optional brass pommel plate

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The new model 30 Argindahb river neck knife or last ditch knife- 3/16" o-1, varied convex, caramel linen scales, 1/8" natural micarta spacers,brown micarta pins
This is a bad little dude, I like it a lot.
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Dogwood creek 3/16" o-1 steel, varied grind, stabilized spalted maple scales, 1/8" white paper micarta spacers, optional brass pommel plate

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Missouri River 1/4" 5160 steel, half height grind, stabilized buckeye burl scales, 1/8" maroon linen micarta spacers, brown micarta pins

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That's all she wrote for this batch, guys.
 
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I just went through the entire thread......WOW!! Great work. Really, really nice.

That Green River in carmel linen is really speaking to me.......
 
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Alright then. Got 'em done.

Green river combat with black linen micarta scales and special red-white-red spacers. It's for a deployed Canadian soldier in Afghanistan at the moment.

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A 1926 combat with brown canvas micarta scales and false top edge

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A green river with o.d. green canvas micarta, 1/8" natural canvas spacers and steel hardware

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Soldier river with o.d. green canvas micarta and steel pins

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A pair of matching green rivers with bone g10 linen scales, 1/8" white g10 spacers and steel hardware

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A green river with o.d. green canvas micarta scales, 1/8" natural canvas spacers and brass hardware

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This one is just a one off special I wanted to make for fun.
I nicknamed it the "rtc" because it's modeled after The Randall tendon cutter which was a custom the Randall shop made years ago for a guy. It was a fighting knife tailored to the customers "fighting style" but I don't see it as a fighting knife. I thought it looked like a one handed brush hook so that's what I made it for. Primary edge for cutting and slicing green stuff and the top edge for harder stuff and for work close to the ground. It's made to be held with either edge up. Anyway, it's got brown g10 scales, 1/8" blue g10 spacers and steel pins and made of 1/4" 5160.

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A Missouri River with black g10 scales, 1/8" o.d. green canvas spacers and steel pins

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Last but not least a z-sere generation 2 with a reverse varied convex grind, caramel linen micarta scales, 1/8" natural canvas spacers and 1/4" brown pins.

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A couple sheaths to do for the combat knives yet before I'm totally done. Hope you all dig 'em.
 
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And done. I'll get emails out to anyone who has a knife in this batch tomorrow. So don't freak out, it's to late to do it tonight.

Fire pod
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Green river with black sandwich spacers
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to be continued if flickr cooperates
 
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redesigned moon creek with dark brown canvas scales, orange sandwich spacers and natural canvas tang spacers
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redesigned Moreau river with o.d. green g10 and yellow sandwich spacers. The production knife will have a 5" handle instead of the 4 1/4"ish handle this one has.
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That's it. Hope you guys dig 'em.
 
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It's been a while since I put up any pics so I thought I better get a few up in case anyone's interested

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Thanks for looking.
 
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Top Class Iz! No wonder your wait list looks like it's out to about 3 years these days.
I'm really digging that Brush Creek in Olivewood, great looking blade shape and handle. Another very nice original design brother.

Phil
 
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Your Knife making Skill's are "Top Shelf" ! Very NICE, This Model Is calling my Name !

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As Is this one,

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Thank's for sharing all the picture's, This one Is AMAZING ! You are "Very Talented" !

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