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#179508 - 04/07/19 08:16 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives ** [Re: coachblalock]
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Thanks Coach. I do remember that pic, it was a fun experience. Always trying to figure it out like everyone else. There's no right or wrong answers. Sometimes you can get extra credit for digging up some good stuff.
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#179517 - 04/07/19 09:58 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: W Polidori]
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Well, You got extra credit by me. I never forgot that picture!
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#179521 - 04/07/19 10:45 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: coachblalock]
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Coach,

Well thank you but that wouldn't be in the best interest of the thread. Those knives were all custom made not rehandled.
Perhaps somewhere down the road another family photo....
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#179545 - 04/08/19 09:54 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: coachblalock]
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Warren that is an awesome knife!
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#179546 - 04/08/19 10:00 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Ronnie]
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Thanks Ronnie. It was a long process but worth the wait. Both BMK and Mud really hit it out of the park.


Edited by W Polidori (04/09/19 05:29 AM)
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#179549 - 04/09/19 09:10 AM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: W Polidori]
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Well done Warren,BMK and Mudbone!

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#179571 - 04/09/19 07:36 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: coachblalock]
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Killer set up.....that carving work is in a class all by itself.
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#179572 - 04/09/19 07:56 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: Chief]
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When I saw the feathers figured you'd like that. But yeah, who does this relief carving right? Last few projects have incorporated similar themes by his own admission. Building a story.
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#179586 - 04/11/19 11:43 AM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: W Polidori]
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The detail on the handle is outstanding. I donít recall seeing anything as detailed as that.
That is a knife that must be displayed, IMO.
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#179588 - 04/11/19 12:24 PM Re: Re-Handled Knives [Re: rodbrown]
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Rod,

I display all of them. Thank you for the kind words.
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