A few of my customs

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A few of my customs

Postby larry » Sat Aug 25, 2012 10:24 pm


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JP Miller carbon steel hand forged hunter. It has maple burl handles, and a tapered tang. He makes them right here in IA, about 30 minutes from me.

Second is a Rick Menefee "Catfish Knife" It is made from 440C, and heat, and cryoed by Menefee himself...it has excellent edge retention, and a little bit o flex.

Third is a Mammoth ivory skinner by Ryan Arrington, who is learning from Rick Menefee. An excellent knife maker. It is made from 154CM, and sharpest of ALL the knives I have ever handled. You could literally shave your face with this knife. RC is around 60, and came with a cross-draw pancake sheath.

I recently found a buck 110 Alaskan Guide, in S30V, haven't gotten it yet, but is nitride treated...can't wait. It was a steal, IMO.

I've got the itch...I just don't have the scratch!

If is supposed to have a sharp edge, and doesn't...get a hold of me.

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Re: A few of my customs

Postby K22 » Sun Aug 26, 2012 7:53 am

Those are really nice Larry. I especially like the Mammoth that Ryan made.

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Re: A few of my customs

Postby Virginian » Mon Aug 27, 2012 10:15 am

Wow, awesome custom knives you have there! Thanks for sharing. If you're redoing your will, I'll take the catfish knife with the fiddleback!

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