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    Angryman Burke Fugitive

    This is a collaboration between myself and Jim Burke. The design is his. I produced the parts. The blades were rough ground by CNC then re-ground and finished by hand by me. The design is a smaller version of his popular Fugitive custom model. On this paticular model the bevels are satin and...
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    Angryman Scoundrel

    The Scoundrel is an all steel, skeletonized boot/neck knife. The steel is 154cm, double tempered and cryo-quenched. These happened to be the first knives I ever flat ground. There are four blade configurations-chisel, v-ground, cnc chisel, and cnc v-ground. All edges are chamfered. Blade is 3"...
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    Scoundrel Boot knife

    Here is a new all steel neck/boot knife I am introducing for Blade-The Scoundrel These are some rough ground samples. All are flat ground some are v-ground some are chisel. I even went ahead and ran some with cnc'ed bevels both chisel and v I should have them back from HT on Tuesday to...
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    Design a Logo- get a knife

    After doing OEM part work for so long I have decided to jump all the way into the knifemaking world. So I am developing a knife brand under my Universal Outfitters company. The name Angryman Knives. Gun stuff will go under the Universal label and all knife stuff will go under the Angryman...
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    Not a knife but it is custom...custom cane that is

    I have toyed with this idea for a few years now. In fact even promised to make one for a friend a couple years back, but never got around to getting the fixturing done to make it happen. Well I finally got my ass in gear, especially since with my deteriating back may necessitate one, and this is...
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    UO/George knives collaboration Kerambit

    Decided to make a kerambit using the lollipop tang design I created for my Kiradashi and fixed blade models. In fact this kerambit uses the exact same blade and forward handle design so that the knives are interchangeable in the sheathes. Les George was kind enough to grind the blades for me...