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A Few More Fillets And Hunters Out The Door. (last Pic Shows Processing A Deer)

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by Grayzer86, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Grayzer86

    Grayzer86 Active Member

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    Due to some vacation time that I had to use up before year end, i have had more time than usual to spend in the shop. I figured i would post up a few more knives for you guys to check out and see what you think. AND... just for you Cal.... There is no Dymondwood anywhere in sight! haha

    Trailing point skinner in AEB-L with Australian Lace Sheoak scales. The sheath looks horrible in the picture, but isn't nearly as orange in person. This is pretty wild wood. The grain looks super plain until you get some oil on it, and then it really pops. Its also a strange wood to work with due to the difference in density between grain areas.
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    This one is a large fillet, also in AEB-L, with Ringed Gidgee scales, and black and white G10 liners for some contrast and added class. Blade is 8 inches.This was a custom order for one of my brothers fishing buddies.
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    This mid sized fillet is AEB-L, 7 inch blade, with green canvas scales, black micarta bolster, and orange G10 spacer. This one was a custom order for a repeat customer, who wanted it to match the hunter her purchased from me last year.
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    Another medium fillet, with black canvas scales and bright red liners. This one was fairly plain looking so i went a bit wild on the sheath. smooth border, fully textured center area, and a bright red and black sunburst fade airbrushed on. I decided to try something different, and i like it, but it may end up being my own knife if it doesnt sell. The picture was taken with my phone and is way out of focus, but its all i had.
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    Here we have a mid sized hunter / skinner, with Bocote scales and black G10 liners.
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    And lastly a picture of one of my trailing point skinners, doing exactly what it was made to do
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