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#21
thanks Don... it's nice to see that your self worth is still at the level it always has been.
I've actually never had you on ignore cause I love to read the spew, its pretty addicting just like the soaps.. but seeing as I don't watch that crap.. reading your stuff fits the bill pretty well.
And yup... I'm still hear just like you are.
I'ved been deemed worthy...  rolling
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#22
Yeah...me too. I especially liked the comments made about you.

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#23
Its all good Don. Thanks for the chat.. Perhaps you can send me the comments that you refer too that are open and not in your "secret group" and I just might take them to heart, but... I fear they aren't either available or taken from a good source. Have a good, rest of the weekend, and I hope you enjoy your dinner! Cool  Grilled Salmon here...  Cheers Buddy... and sorry Brandon for you having to stop enjoying your weekend cause Don didn't like my initial reply..
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(07-23-2015, 04:16 PM)skimerhorn Wrote: Must've been a awesome knife for all that!

Now that we're done with that, this is one I didn't trade. I used to do a weekly piece on the new things out of the forge.
Three steel mix damascus, edge hardned, Japanese grind, buffalo horn, preban elephant ivory and silver. Hand filed vine work.

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#25
Beautiful work don
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#26
Holy piss. Do u still make knives like that? That is sweet!!
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(07-26-2015, 05:09 AM)Captainbeer Wrote: Holy piss.  Do u still make knives like that? That is sweet!!

Haven't made any for a few years. As pointed out, I'm getting older. All the UV from the forge and allergies that build up from the grinding dust take their toll.
I am thinking of making an Ulue (spelling). It seems to be the perfect butchering, skinning and food processing design ever created..

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