Discussion in 'DIY (Do It Yourself)' started by Mudman, Nov 6, 2016.
Thanks for the awesome photos Shane!
That Kephart in 01 was super sweet Mud. I'd like to try one of those on our Tx whitetails. I think the handle blade ratio would make the balance perfect for disassembly.
We flew with guns too. We just showed them our RAT/ESEE Patches and they just let us on The plane.
More to come.
Good thing Jeff wasn't with you guys, there would have been a voluntary pat down.
Looking forward to it. May I use some for the Ig?
Thanks, it's nice and tiny. Hopefully Patrick and Shane can provide more feedback on them. They were in the mail within 15-20 mins of final finish, so I didn't really get to try them. There's still 3 more test knives I gotta finish, just been tied up.
There will be a pass around in the future, just not with my current test pieces. I did the heat treat myself and don't quite trust them. Once I get a batch out to someone that knows what they are doing, I'll provide a pass around.
That’s what I though, I just wanted to make sure the rumors were true. People think we collect these patches for fun.
@Mudman use any pic I take to help you out.
Do you have any pics of the knife in post 19 that has "Gary" written on the blade?
@OutdoorsFamilyMan Check out post #51 i think that was his finished version photos..
@shaneadams90 ’s Wharncliffe is OUTSTANDING. How can I get in on one @Mudman ? Actually they all look outstanding but THAT one is calling me
Good looking out. Must have missed that one
I don't think I've ever put "Gary" on a blade, Just Mud. Only one that would have close to my name, was the orange handle knife that was my personal user.
Thank you, it was Shanes suggestion I do one.
I've got a small list going on these, things are pretty hectic right now. But I plan to work on a batch soon. Shoot me a message if you want one.
Really liking this knife and the blade cuts like a razor blade...
Thanks Shane, wish I had more of those handle scales. They just kinda popped up outta nowhere, it's got a unique color.
It was written in sharpie on the blade. I assumed it was for a customer
Ohhhh, man you have the eyes of a hawk.
Yes this was Patrick's knife. It was his prototype that I took a long time to finish.
That is a sweet blade.
It is VERY sweet...I've had that one in hand...very nice knife!
Glad your making knives again mud this was one of my favorite posts on the old forum