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birdsfan

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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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