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Really great work Tim! And it is all so varied. You have exhibited so many different blade styles and handle style. Definitely not penning yourself in!
 

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Really great work Tim! And it is all so varied. You have exhibited so many different blade styles and handle style. Definitely not penning yourself in!
Thanks, I have tried a few different styles over the past few years. I think the pictures added here are probably spanning about 3 years.
 

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It's hard to tell scale from here, are most of those hunting / field knives? Looks like they could turn a deer inside out in a minute.
 

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Yeah they are all between 3" to 4" blades on the edc/outdoor knives. Quite capable of skinning a good sized buck.
The filet knife is a 7" blade, and that bbq slicer is a 12.5" blade.
 

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Thanks Paul,
Living in North Georgia I have a good amount of requests for outdoor knives right before hunting season every year so that's where I concentrate my time most of September/October.
 

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Great work! I like your style!

(Now, where’s George the ....?)
Sorry I forgot to update for your viewing pleasure.....Yeah I know it hurts my eyes too but it was for a good friend/customer so here is (George) all finished and on his new permanent home. a 240 Masakage Kiri Gyuto.

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Sorry I forgot to update for your viewing pleasure.....Yeah I know it hurts my eyes too but it was for a good friend/customer so here is (George) all finished and on his new permanent home. a 240 Masakage Kiri Gyuto.

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Haha! The pink is not necessarily my style either, though tbh if it was just the blue/grey colour, without pink, I reckon it'd look feckin' awesome. Have you done any like that Tim...?
 

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Haha! The pink is not necessarily my style either, though tbh if it was just the blue/grey color, without pink, I reckon it'd look feckin' awesome. Have you done any like that Tim...?
Perhaps some time ago, I cant think of anything recently with grey/blue. Although I have a block glued up that fits the bill. Grey box elder burl, blue g/10, and silver carbon fiber.
 

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Perhaps some time ago, I cant think of anything recently with grey/blue. Although I have a block glued up that fits the bill. Grey box elder burl, blue g/10, and silver carbon fiber.
That sounds like it's going to be great. Look forward to seeing the finished result :)
 

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Figured I would show what is on my bench at the moment. All blades are heat treated waiting to be ground. Most handles completed just need final fit up. The next week or 2... or 3 will be grinding/finishing of all the blades and final fit ups.
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