Thank you Colin I will keep that in mind for future use. these two are on consignment there so anyone here wants one I'll be happy to pull it down for them.
Originally Posted by xdrewsiferx
Those are really beautiful knives Bill. And the following is by no means a knock on your knives, but looking at them makes me think back to a thread on KF almost a year ago that started out as something obscure, and quickly deteriorated to "best zombie killing knife"...well, this...yup, one of these bad boys would be my ultimate zombie killing knife in 2012.
Weird Wood Pusher
Seeing these knives brought back memories.
When I was a kid we lived in a small neighborhood in North Florida.
One time the whole neighborhood had a cook out where they roasted a whole pig.
One of our neighbors, an old Cajun gentleman that everyone called Grandad.
He was the one in charge of the pig roast.
All day long we impatiently watched the pig roasting.
When Grandad finally said it was ready he pulled out a giant knife and started cutting up the pig.
This was a long long time ago but your knife photo brought back this forgotten memory.
Am I suppose to wield that 2 handed?? LOL
x2 on beautiful! That gyoto really has nice lines. I love seeing your work!
More pictures up here http://www.bladegallery.com/shopexd....photo=7&size=b with specs. ..110 thick at the bolster, 2.02 wide, 12.5 oz. shouldn't take but one hand for even a little girl to use this one
Damn! Awesome work Bill!
This one caught my eyes!
You keep raising my expectations!
these knives are amazing Bill - been following your work and many others for years now and continue to be blown away with your craftsmenship. Chef Niloc - not only are you a chef but you got Bill The Butcher as your avatar - Cheers to you bro (thats my favorite movie of all time) - and I feel you on the EE story about mark up's - ******
THANK YOU ALL - This forum is inspiring for me to gain more of a depth of knowledge on knives