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Slipping a little???????

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by T.A.DAVISON knife maker, Mar 18, 2009.

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  1. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

    T.A.DAVISON knife maker Member

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    Well how about a little slip-joint. - :D

    Mammoth Ivory

    ATS34 - Steel

    Closed - 3 5/16''

    Have a great evening.

    Todd

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  2. hso

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    Todd,

    Now how am I going to have a great evening knowing that little beauty is out there and it can't be mine?
     
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    Wow. Your knives are truly beautiful. Works of art. Someday I will be in a position to purchase one, I've got to own one.

    Very good job...you, sir, are a craftsman.

    JLaw
     
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    Purfection.... love the blade shape on this one Todd , with your level of fit & finish combined with that scale material... I can't think of any knife that can trump it.
     
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    Now that is a slip joint!

    At 3 5/16" closed, it pocket carries so well and when in use, it fits hands and tasks.

    Mr. Davison,
    Too many years ago I had made for me a knife very similar, actually two.
    I like the Barehead Slimline Trapper, and had commented to my buddy how a Slimline Trapper, just shorter than the standard 4 1/8" closed length would be a nice size and handy.

    Ivory handles, pinched bolsters, with an 18k yellow gold shield. The blades were 01 and had a clip blade akin to the Slimline Trapper.
    One was 3 1/8" closed and the other, 3 5/16".

    I miss the person more than I miss those knives.

    This one of yours sure stirs some sentimental memories.

    - Steve
     
  6. Todd A

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    I've been drooling over your work on bladeforums for quite awhile now.

    Someday I'll be able to own one of your works of art.
     
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    Dang man, are you a photographer or a knifemaker? Awesome knives and top-notch photos!
     
  8. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

    T.A.DAVISON knife maker Member

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    Thanks for the very nice compliments everyone.

    Here is another one for ya to see.

    Mammoth Ivory
    ATS34 - steel
    Closed - 3 13/16''
    Hand Finished
    Hollow Ground

    Have a great day.

    Todd

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  9. Searcher1970

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    Man those are beautiful! I showed them to my better half and told her I thought a late birthday present was in order. She laughed and walked away..lol
     
  10. T.A.DAVISON knife maker

    T.A.DAVISON knife maker Member

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    Thanks for the nice reply Searcher.

    Here is another for ya to see.

    Black Linen Micarta
    ATS34
    Closed - 3 13/16''
    Hollow Ground
    Hand Finished

    Later

    Todd

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