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#179591 - 04/11/19 01:21 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives ** [Re: W Polidori]
Captain Chris Stanaback Offline
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I just now am getting un-packed from the Marathon that is: TULSA! I hope you folks will enjoy a splendid example of a WWII rendition of a brand new RMK Model #4-6"! BMK outdid themselves with this package...to include: Blued steel blade, along with bluing the custom steel hilt and crows beak butt cap...& the leather? Well: It speaks for itself!
I did not order custom leather, thinking that the Model A sheath shown here would have been what these old war horses would have come with originally. While some artistic license has been used (and quite well) I think you can appreciate this fine piece. I have just posted it to my website.
Stay sharp, Capt. Chris


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#179596 - 04/11/19 08:18 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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That is a "swell" treatment (using an old-fashioned term for "neat").

And I especially like the clarity of the RMK trademark.

Those guys in Montana know something about knives! And they can do just about anything from what I have seen.

Larry
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#179605 - 04/12/19 02:06 AM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: LarryWW1246]
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I have never been a fan of rehandled new RMK blades,however this particular combination is superb,a great historical homage collaboration,fantastic knife.
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#179606 - 04/12/19 05:52 AM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Captain Chris Stanaback]
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Cap,

That is a great re-handle, love the blued steel crowsbeak.

Well done!

Tom Flynn
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#179610 - 04/12/19 11:05 AM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: GCTom41]
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Very nice for sure.
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#179612 - 04/12/19 01:07 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Shoot870p]
Brent Offline
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Very nice. Love the K-bar style leather handle. On top of a Randall knife, best of both worlds.
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#179650 - 04/13/19 07:28 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Brent]
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Sadly to say that is the last project I have for rehandled knives for now.
Cap, the 12-8 Big Bear I had done was the knife you provided last year. Yes it came without a sheath. Was the last of my FWI from my tusk.
Wanted to say thanks again.
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#179754 - 04/17/19 01:53 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: W Polidori]
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Originally Posted By: W Polidori
Sadly to say that is the last project I have for rehandled knives for now.
Cap, the 12-8 Big Bear I had done was the knife you provided last year. Yes it came without a sheath. Was the last of my FWI from my tusk.
Wanted to say thanks again.


Best part is how that knife came to Capt. wrapped in newspapers in an accordion folder! laugh
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#179768 - 04/17/19 07:36 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: RamKingJC]
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He shorted me the accordian folder grin
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#179898 - 04/23/19 10:50 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: W Polidori]
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And I finally sent what was a no handle 19 blade to get it done in some mammoth from last years Blade show.
BMK & Warlander combo.......Gonna use this one.


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