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Discussion in 'Knives' started by SMS, Dec 2, 2019.
Surprise birthday gift from my bride! Handmade in Oklahoma by Coy Ranch Knives...
Very nice! You married a good one.
That is beautiful! I wanna know what it cost and get my order in.
How's the sharpness factor?
It was a gift so I probably don’t want to know the cost lol. Hit up 120acres.
1095 steel so easy to sharpen. It has a thick spine so not worried about breakage.
Ok, @SMS I can no longer stand it. In the bottom picture the knife is in the scabbard upside down. I know it's just a picture and a simple mistake but it's bugging the daylights out of me and has been since I first saw it a couple days ago. I know it's not a big deal but I just had to poke at ya.
That's a very good looking rig! The hamon line really sets it off for me. It's also good to see some nice leatherwork wrapped around a nice knife. Many knifemakers I've seen skimp on their scabbard making. I don't care how nice your knife is, if it's not being carried in a nice looking scabbard it won't turn any heads or get other possible customers to inquire about what the knife is inside the shoddily built scabbard. Anyhow, I'll say again that's a darn nice rig and I'd be proud to hang such work on my belt.
Edit: Just a note for any knifemakers that read this post, I thank you for the business cuz as leatherworkers my wife and I have built numerous scabbards for your knives when your customers weren't satisfied with what you sold em. So I guess we kinda help each other in a round about way. This is not directed at Coy above.
He aint gonna give it up but nice try lol
Good catch on the upside down...kids were checking it out and put it back in wrong.