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For Those Interested in Knives

Discussion in 'Knives' started by TerryMiller, Jun 3, 2018.

  1. TerryMiller

    TerryMiller Sharpshooter

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    We had some guests come in yesterday that builds knives. He wanted something to do in retirement, so he took up knife making. He does the steel work and his wife does the carving of the handles.

    I'll just give you a link to my Smugmug page with the knives rather than do all the pictures. Pictures are duplicated because I photographed them with and without flash.

    JACK Knives

    JACK is Jim Anne Canady Knives. They also have a presence on Etsy, but right now they don't have anything listed there while they are out here in the west.

    JACK Knives at Etsy
     
  2. Glock 'em down

    Glock 'em down Sharpshooter

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    Some good lookin' steel fo' sho' but no leather sheaths? :ugh2:

    Everybody does kydex nowadays. I miss leather. :cry3:
     
  3. TerryMiller

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    He didn't show me any with leather, but he may have had some. I'd guess he had well over 100-150 knives in that tub. He was mostly showing interesting blades and knife handle patterns. I really liked that Roman Gladius knife, but mostly for its design. I'm not really a knife enthusiast, but I knew that folks on various firearm forums did, so I went down and took pictures.
     

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