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Its been a long week and its only Tuesday! I have been sick with the flue and feeling like I was hit by a truck. Then it backed over me to make sure I was finished!! :( The whole household has been under the weather.

I did manage to finish this one up for a local guy. and Im quite pleased with the knife.

Its sporting a 4 1/2 inch blade made from 14-4 stainless steel RC 60 With some of Craig's killer birch burl. This one also comes with a fire steel that has matching burl wood handle and lanyard tube that runs right through the rod.

I countoured the handle on this to feel like a extension of your hand.

Thanks for looking. and as always comment and or critiques welcomed!

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WildBoar

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No critiques here -- that really looks nice!
 

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I hope you all feel better, Randy. Nice looking knife. Why 14-4?
 

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Good looking, hope you get well.

Thanks.. I think Im on the mend. at least I dont think I could feel any worst! :) So I must be getting better! ?? I have taken many over the counter cold meds today. and feel a little funny! lol
 

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I love the fire steel! Nice work, Randy.
 

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That knife looks like it would be right at home in the great outdoors. Nice job man. Also, is that some jimping I see on the upper slope of the butt (no innuendo)?
 

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Thanks guys. This one is not my normal style cutter. But it sure is a great functional design.. And was requested by a local man who dropped by the shop for a visit after finding me on Google. :)

The jimping actually is my HHH Makers mark for this knife. I had done this on a couple other knives and he thought it would look cool if I could add it to his blade. Rather then a touch mark or etched logo. Heres a better picture of it.

Normally I have it just in front of the handle on the spine on some of my hunting knives.

Thanks again for the comments and checking out the thread!

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I noticed the logo filework on something else you did. It's genius.

Hey, has making kitchen knives effected the way you grind the blades on your bushcrafters/hunters/fighters?
 

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Wow. Logo jimping! +1 on that being genius.
 

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Thanks man. I think your giving me way more credit then is deserved.. But I will agree its cool!! and looks good without distracting or taking away from the look and flow of a knife.. Some tang marks and or stamps to me really mess up the visual flow of a knife!!
 

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