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Discussion in 'JK Handmade Knives' started by mqqn, Nov 5, 2016.
Looks kind of like a santuko with a better handle. I like it. How thick is the blade?
And you DON'T want to make the Boss mad!
Nice design, Connie!
I was thinking about this thread the other day and dug this one out. I think this JK is pretty unusual, don't know if there are any others like it. It's got the original heat treat scale still on the blade, and a nice cord wrap that I believe was done by none other than Mrs. JK. John can correct me if I got anything wrong.
One of my favorites from John.
That is a one of a kind, and Connie did the wrap.
Makes it even more special to me!
I always get a smile when I get out my Keebler - John made these tiny little tin knives with the full treatment, just like their bigger brothers....
And this one - I think it is the only one of this pattern - the Small Simple Scandi -
Those Keeblers are awesome.
Bolo (a one-off design)
don't think i've seen another one like that, pretty cool
Wade: That little knife is Fantastic!
That thing with a full height grind would be a Great little fish and small game knife as well as pulling triple duty in the garden and kitchen!
Great looking piece.
Not so little. If I remember later I'll try to take another picture with a scale in it. Not terribly large but not a small one either.
You should also have one in S30V that I called the Persian, another one off.
Found the thread that it was showcased in.
Still think it is a Great looking piece!
That being said, I always love to see more pics!
Any more unusual ones out there?
Holy smokes! Those Keeblers are awesome! I think it'd be fantastic to have a super ornate one. 1/16" stock, brass liners, figured Ironwood, brass mosaic pins. It would be the classiest little neck knife ever!
That is exactly how I was going to order one.....
I think there is only one of the XD XM Modern Bowies - the mid-sized one.
It's a really good looking knife that really works good for many tasks.
Not sure why they didn't see more interest.
Then there is the first knife I ever ordered from Mr K - the Keychain Companion.
I just found my JK Kiradashi. I'll have to try to get some photos of it.