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A couple of new ones from Harv

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by harvjr, Mar 24, 2013.

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  1. harvjr

    harvjr Member

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    Here are 2 Three Fingers I just finished.

    Top one is orange dyed bone with black liners and pins.

    Bottom one is stabilized Pine cone with black linere and pins.
     

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    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    Harv,

    Where did you find stabilized pine cone???
     
  3. Bobson

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    The stabilized pine cone is shweet. Very unique. Nice knives, Harvey.
     
  4. Sam1911

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    Beautiful work! And, wow...pine cone? How cool is that? Very unexpected and fantastic looking!
     
  5. harvjr

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    Got the Pine cone at the Denver Custom Knife show from Ankrom Exotics.

    I bought several sets in different colors. This is the second set I have used.

    They are definetly different

    Harv
     
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    Harv,

    Wow, that pine cone looks really neat! Beautiful knives, thanks for showing them. :)

    John
     
  7. jbkebert

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    Harv,

    Beautiful as always.

    Now I am glad the roads were crappy today. I was about 10 miles up the road from you this morning. I had thought about calling to see if you were around, but the roads were still snow packed. Looking at the pic of the pine cone scales. I would of left your place with a few less dollars but a real nice knife.
     
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  8. Tanasie

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    Nice work...fine looking knives !
     
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    Pine cone! Who would have thought? (Well, somebody did!) Looks terrific!
     
  10. Sam1911

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    Yeah, those pine cone slabs look awesome. If you check out their web site, the sweet gum pod slabs they make are even wilder looking.

    But I think the cactus ones give the pine cone a run for the money as most beautiful. Such a cool idea!
     
  11. Creature

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    I would love a set of stabilzed pine cone grips for my 1911 or Chief's special...
     
  12. harvjr

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    Creature,

    Go to www.ankromexotics.com they have all sorts of nice stabilized wood and the Pine cones.

    Harv:)
     
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