Woods Knife

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Here's a new model I just finished. This is the largest knife I have finished to date. It's a good sized knife with a nice 1.5" wide blade that will take the abuse and still slice well. This blade has a high convex saber grind with a convex micro bevel and etched flats. I do a very slight convex, almost flat.

Here are the specs:

Handles - OD Green Canvas and Natural Linen over Natural Linen and Black G-10 with Natural Pins
OAL - 9.875"
Blade Length - 5"
Blade Thickness - .145"
Blade Steel - CPM 154CM @ 58-59 RC

Any comments or suggestions are very welcome and thanks for looking.


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daizee

Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider
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That thing is frickin' beautiful.
Please make more. :)
 
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I have to say that I really admire your knives, especially the way you combine the Micarta and other materials. Really nice, functional knives and awesome craftsmanship.

Well done.

Brian
 
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Thanks Andy, that means a lot!

Rob, I'll try and accommodate next time lol.

S2f, good eye. I think the next ones will be a little thinner still.
 
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Seriously, if this had black micarta scales, I think this knife would be my PERFECT woods knife. Very nice work.
 
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