Thank you Wade and if there are designs on my website that are of interest just let me know or I would be happy to work through any changes that you may need to personalise a knife specifically for you. I will start another thread over the weekend on knife design where members can have input on how they would prefer to have a design for a particualar purpose.I'm loving it.
As a newer member of the forum and an owner of several custom knives I can definately see one of yours in my future.
Will do Art. The larger chef is for my cousin and will have some of the oak that was cut from her yard. It has been drying and is now down to exceptable levels so I will test a piece first but have a very nice piece saved for her knife. Some interesting options within the rest of them so plenty to keep me happy in the shed.Von Gruff, that batch of knives should keep you out of mischief for a couple of days.
Added another couple of blades in and had a day of heat treating and with the temps at over 85* having the forge cranked up to1950 for the stainless blades.had an agravating effect so I was pleased to get them all done. On the right is a damascus blank with the pattern on it then comes a meat slicer, 2 chefs, a petty and a B&T then a mini skinner. Next is the carbon blades with a J T Ranger, a Safari then 4 of the new PH EDC's and on the left is another 6 of the group buy skinners from some follow up orders.
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That is the buffalo skinner Yancy. This was the same knife that was the annual giveaway last year and have done a number of them since thenWhat do you call the blade design on the 5th blade from the right?
That is the buffalo skinner Yancy. This was the same knife that was the annual giveaway last year and have done a number of them since then