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Finished up a few today...

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Tom Krein, Jul 25, 2008.

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  1. Tom Krein

    Tom Krein Member

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    Today was a good day! Got a few knives shipped... that's always good!:D

    Here are some pics...

    These are K9 Dingo's.

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    Here are 7 T.G.S.'s that I finished up for Tad Gear.

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    Here is one of the T.G.S.'s with textured desert tan G-10 and black liners and my Glock 22.

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    This T.G.S. has textured red/black G-10 and my S&W 2213.

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    Here are a pair of my Bushcraft knives. They are a full flat grind in A2 tool steel with blasted black canvas micarta and red liners.

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    Here one of them is with my new S&W 2213...

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    Don't worry I am not going to bore you with TONS of thread like this! It just seemed a little slow in here today! :D

    Tom
     
  2. Rupestris

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    Bore?!?

    I think you should post one of these threads daily.

    While I still don't own one of your offerings, you're still my favorite grind monkey.

    One of these days. maybe when my two teenage kids stop eating me out of house and home.

    Chris
     
  3. JShirley

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    Really like the Bushcrafts...
     
  4. Bartkowski

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    Nice knives, and nice pictures.

    Like Rupestris, I don't own one of your knives, but I would like too.
     
  5. mio

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    i love those bushcraft knives. what is the blade length?
     
  6. Tom Krein

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    Thanks guys!

    Overall it is 7 5/8" with a 3 1/8" cutting edge.

    They are made out of 3/16" stock and are STOUT little guys, but they cut good due to the nice and thin full flat grind.

    Tom
     
  7. mio

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    checked out your website. great pics in the gallery i really liked the white mountian hunter and always wanted to know what its like to use a good quality fillet knife.
    now i know where to go when the auto industry stabilizes and i quit getting laid off all the time.
     
  8. Mongrel

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    Really nice stuff Tom-utility with class!

    I agree with JShirley, that those Bushcrafts caught my eye. Thick blades (relatively) that cut (high flat grind) are the most useful in my opinion.
     
  9. Eleven Mike

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    High, flat grind. Any other grind should be illegal. :)
     
  10. Valkman

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    Tom turns out more in a week than I do in a year!

    I powder coated one knife tonight. One stinkin' knife.

    Make that a high hollow and I'll agree - or anything made by Tom.
     
  11. sm

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    Tom,
    Very nice!

    I like the T.G.S. with the 2213. *yep*

    Steve
     
  12. bikerdoc

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    dont ever think you are boring me when you post such beautiful work.

    keep it coming
     
  13. gdvan01

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    Excellent work, Tom.
     
  14. Browning

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    How much for the K9 'Dingo's' and the Bushcraft?

    I looked on both of the links in your signature, but I didn't see a price list.

    Although I couldn't afford one of them now, I'd like to get one in the future when that changes.

    Good looking knives.
     
  15. loandr.

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    Luvin the new stuff....

    Great work as always sir. Heres one Tom hasn't seen in awhile. Hit Tom up for his "Pistol Gripped Push Dagger" you will not be sorry, He dosen't PUSH the design often enough and IMO should!, a true keeper for life :evil:


    LD/Russ
     
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