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My lad (now 20, don't know where the years went) made this custom flipper for my anniversary.

He has made a lot of fixed blades but this is his first folder so he has set a pretty high bench mark for himself!

Blade is 01 tool steel with Stainless Liners and Oak scales

P1100244 P1100239 P1100223 P1100213 P1100207 P1100209 P1100211 P1100219 P1100229 P1100251

 

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Absolute first class, such a talented craftsman you have there.

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Stunning .......

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1 hour ago, GruffaloGriff said:

My lad (now 20, don't know where the years went) made this custom flipper for my anniversary.

He has made a lot of fixed blades but this is his first folder so he has set a pretty high bench mark for himself!

Blade is 01 tool steel with Stainless Liners and Oak scales

P1100244 P1100239 P1100223 P1100213 P1100207 P1100209 P1100211 P1100219 P1100229 P1100251

 

nicely made  shame the blade isnt good quality stainless  but never the less  ,well executed  !

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Definitely a large chip of the block ...stunning work ..

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Absolutely amazing!!!

That's on pair with the well known custom makers, he should definitely stick to knifemaking!!!

Very talanted family!!!!

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Nicolas

 

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2 hours ago, spsurfer said:

Absolutely amazing!!!

That's on pair with the well known custom makers, he should definitely stick to knifemaking!!!

Very talanted family!!!!

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Regards

Nicolas

 

Thanks Nicolas. He also has a lot of patience. He probably put 100 hrs into the knife. It is extremely precise and a work of art and will be treasured. Should he make them to sell...it is hard to charge a reasonable rate for that kind of time.

Regards

Griff

 

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very nice mate

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