Knives of KCKA

dsloan

Active Member
Here is one of my current blades. It's 1084 with a 416 stainless guard and a walnut burl handle.

Dave from Diller
 

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Steve Culver

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Hey Les, thanks for visiting our forum!

I'm not sure that everyone knows that you are a native son of Kansas. Of course, Gary and I are still trying to forgive you for leaving! LOL!!!
 

Les George

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Hey Les, thanks for visiting our forum!

I'm not sure that everyone knows that you are a native son of Kansas. Of course, Gary and I are still trying to forgive you for leaving! LOL!!!

Hey, you can't blame people for where they are born... You can blame them if they stay though!

I think we have about 70 deg down here today, it's a little chilly, but I am looking forward to warmer weather soon... How's it up there? 2thumbs

See you in Atlanta! cool 1
 

Steve Culver

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I think we have about 70 deg down here today, it's a little chilly, but I am looking forward to warmer weather soon... How's it up there?
Awwww; Les........ Now you're just being cruel.

This winter was really cold and we had a lot of snow, but my wife felt bad about watching me struggle with my old tractor trying to clear the driveway. So, she told me that I needed to buy a new tractor!! Any winter that makes your wife tell you to go buy an expensive new toy is a good winter! 2thumbs
 

Steve Culver

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You've got a GOOD wife Steve
Yea, she's a keeper, Mike!

Here's a camp knife that I finished a few weeks ago. It is a modified version of my Chisholm Trail Camp Knife. The blade is forged from 3/8" 1095; finished out at 5/16" through the ricasso.

Blade Steel: 1095
Fittings: Stainless Steel
Handle Material: Black Linen Micarta
Blade Length: 8"
OAL: 13 3/8"
 

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