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I had a customer ask me to make him a set of matched Stag hunters for himself and his son to take to Alaska hunting!
Here's what I came up with -
Forged 5160 with differential heat treatment.
Nickel Silver hardware.
Premium Sambar Stag handle material.
Full take-down configuration.
(Do you think if I made him two more he'd take me with him?)
 

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Absolutely beautiful!
Truly amazing work!
:cheers::cheers:


And I don't even want to guess what those costs... :eek:
 

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Awesome as usual..............:cheers:
 

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Maybe you should offer to deliver them to his hunting camp.

Nice work.

:cheers::cheers:
 

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maybe you should offer him lessons on sharpening them in the feild:rotfl:
 

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your blowing me away,awesome work
 

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Maybe if ya volunteer to do all the field dressing and skinnin, he'd take ya along...hey wait, maybe I'll call him and volunteer for that duty!!!!
 

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No.
Probably won't start either!
I stay away from "Tourist Trap" stuff.
I'm sure there's a place for all kinds of things in this world, I'll just let somebode else make it.
 

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I will admit, one thing I have considered making is what are call "patch knives". Smaller knives that could be litterally worn around your neck.
Use by traditional muzzled loader shooters, (of which I am one).
These are small knives used to trim the patch after the ball has been started in the barrel.
Normally, antler points are used for the handle, and it seems I'm getting quite a collection after using the large part of the tine for handle material.
I'm gonna have to find something to do with the points!
 

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Originally posted by kbaknife
I will admit, one thing I have considered making is what are call "patch knives". Smaller knives that could be litterally worn around your neck.
Use by traditional muzzled loader shooters, (of which I am one).
These are small knives used to trim the patch after the ball has been started in the barrel.
Normally, antler points are used for the handle, and it seems I'm getting quite a collection after using the large part of the tine for handle material.
I'm gonna have to find something to do with the points!
Now, how did you know I'd been lookin for a good neck knife??? I knew you were gonna git ta my money sooner or later....lol
 
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