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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Oh god, put it on a rack of pork ribs and post pics bragging on your meat market!
    Pork ribs - I would do Beef Ribs and really brag!!

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    Is this a solid musk horn?

    Looks interesting. People use it on western handles, so why not use it on wa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Davis View Post
    BWUAHAHAHA!!! I love this thing. Now i shouuld tell you guys that it is a mini, made from cut off scraps and is 2.5 inches in total length. I will soon have a full size version in the works. I had to post it, as it was so much fun to make
    Blade and handle is 2.5 inches?

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    Necker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Oh god, put it on a rack of pork ribs and post pics bragging on your meat market!
    Brontosaurus ribs like on the Flintstones.
    Very cool little knife Mike.
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    HAHAHA!!! I was hoping it would be taken for the novelty that it is. I had thought about making a bunch of these, as they are just fun to do. I have a few more small pieces of scraps that i will whip a few more up and run a giveaway. I swear, try it...It is the most fun you can have with scrap materials. Maybe i can get the next one big enough to be a necker...we shall see. I have a little bit of the musk ox scraps left, and a few ivory scraps also.
    I do want to say...it is fully forged to shape, heat treated and sharp as hell!

    Thanks for looking guys
    Mike

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    There is a knife maker I always see at the shows who makes minis and for him they sell like crazy.
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    Dan Graves makes some amazing miniature daggers and they are always sold out. there is a market for them.
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    I agree about Dan's daggers....I have tried to snag a few, but they are always gone when i see them lol. Expect a batch of these this weekend

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    where is the big one? the suji?
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