Knife Makers never sleep!

Discussion in 'Hunting Gear (General)' started by kbaknife, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. kbaknife

    kbaknife New Member

    113
    Dec 16, 2005
    A new one for you, gentlemen.
    Forged 5160 carbon steel.
    Solid elk handle.
    Nickel Silver guard and butt cap.
    Steel finial.
    My "secret" Take-down configuration.
    Guys, regardless of how sweet this thing looks, it was really built to work, and work HARD!
     
  2. Cburrows_tx

    Cburrows_tx New Member

    Nov 24, 2004
    Lamar Co. Texas
    Absolutely a thing of beauty!
     

  3. Rebel2

    Rebel2 Well-Known Member

    Dec 16, 2003
    Ozark, MO
  4. Lefty

    Lefty New Member

    Jun 29, 2004
    MO
    Well it sure does look sweet!
    Keep up the good work!
    :cheers::cheers:
     
  5. Keith

    Keith New Member

    Dec 13, 2002
    Springfield, MO.
    Wow..........Awesome work
     
  6. huntforfunnfood

    huntforfunnfood New Member

    Jun 30, 2003
    new bloomfield mo
    man that sure as heck beats hanging those antlers on the wall like i do WOW
     
  7. Chairman

    Chairman Senior Member

    Dec 2, 2002
    Henry County
    Blade length?

    Overall length?

    BTW ~ B-U-ti-ful! :banana:
     
  8. Outdoorsman

    Outdoorsman New Member

    Jul 30, 2003
    PB, MO
    That's a mighty fine piece of craftmanship... Love the Antler Handle... My favorite! :cool:
     
  9. ladeerman

    ladeerman Active Member

    Nov 18, 2005
    Laccassine, LA
    Awesome knife.......love the smooth lines!
     
  10. kbaknife

    kbaknife New Member

    113
    Dec 16, 2005
    knife specs

    Chairman, that knife is 10 1/2" long with a 5 3/4" blade. It's sort of the kind of knife I like to make.
    I like a handful.
    I want to feel that knife in my hand when I'm up to my elbows in guts!
    This was ordered by an elk hunter in Oregon who said he didn't want a "sissy" knife when he had a 900 pound elk on the ground! He wanted to be able to quarter it up and get the **** out of Dodge! Those were his words.
    And, personally, I couldn't agree more.
    If a person takes some time away from home and work, spends gobbs of money to go hunting somewhere, and then ends up with success laying on the ground in front of him, he needs something to get the job done. Something he can depend on back in the woods or up on the side of a mountain somewhere.
    I love doin' what I do.
    (I just had to throw in this new picture of the Micarta Hunter I made last week. It shows it much better.)
     
  11. FiremanBrad

    FiremanBrad New Member

    Amazing work, as always!!!
     
  12. rat

    rat Legbone

    Dec 13, 2005
    Beauty.. real nice knife.
     
  13. JMAC

    JMAC Senior Member

    Aug 31, 2005
    Cole County
    You make some seriously beautiful knives. One of these days you're gonna get my business!
     
  14. kbaknife

    kbaknife New Member

    113
    Dec 16, 2005
    I do appreciate the kind words!

    You have my word I would do whatever I could to make sure you were pleased with the knife of your choice.
    And, I stand behind my knives for as long as I am able to do knifework.