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mallardsx2

Veteran member
Jul 8, 2015
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Nice! DO they make a fixed blade like this? My only reservations are they it is a lock blade. I closed a closing blade on my fingers than didnt lock right about 10 years ago and threw all of my lock-blades into the trash 10 years ago.
 

JimP

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Mar 28, 2016
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Gypsum, Co
I know they work great, but I love my traditional customs. Usually 2 full animals before I need to touch up on a steel.
But I pay dearly for them.
I saw where you ordered one the other day on the other forum. He does make some real pretty knifes.
 

hunter25

Active Member
Sep 8, 2016
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Glenwood Springs, Colorado
I saw where you ordered one the other day on the other forum. He does make some real pretty knifes.
It was shipped this morning, but coming from new zealand will take a week or so.
I couldn't help myself with the swamp kuari handle. His price is less than half of what I've seen custom makers here charge.
Excited to see his work
 

gonhunting247

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Jan 21, 2014
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Definitely sharpen them. It works great! Just a little steel, works great to touch up the rolled edges. Then when I get home I sharpen them on my sharpening wheel and then on the buffing wheel and they seem even sharper than the original. I do this multiple times and very rarely need to buy new blades.