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Hello everyone,

I've been making handmade knives for a few years now and I thought I would share some pics!

Thanks,

Matt

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Can't see the pics.




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Can't see the pics.


Not sure what is wrong, I can see them. I copied and pasted the code from photobucket.


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by lilskeez:
Hello everyone,

I've been making handmade knives for a few years now and I thought I would share some pics!

Thanks,

Matt



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Can't see the pics.


The problem should be fixed now. I dumped photobucket and copied the links from my own website. Sorry for the confusion.

Matt


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good looking cutters. there are a few knifemakers here on the forum, myself included. nice work.

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good looking cutters. there are a few knifemakers here on the forum, myself included. nice work.


dozer


I really appreciate the kind words. I really like your knives as well! Do you go to the Blade show in Atlanta?

Matt


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Very nice!



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nice looking work
 
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I didn't make this year, but we will be at Blade next year.

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Yup, good lookin goods! Cool Wink
 
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Thank you brother!


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Simple and clean. Nice.


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Good design, good work.


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Ditto, thanks for sharing them. Always makes me a tad envious, but happy to see superior craftsmanship I know I'll never be able to do myself.
 
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Very Nice Matt!

I see them:
In terms of appearance:
- clean, slick, sharp looking
- Efficient minimalist Design. In a good way, no nonsense.

- If I was looking for a slick, clean can do knife this would be a good choice. - Something that gets the job down with minimal weight and bling.

Next up try some really nice wood handles. I think you would have a nice modern yet classic look.


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Flat grind. NICE!!!!


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Flat grind. NICE!!!!


Really nice work, but not technically a flat grind.

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Very clean stuff OP.

I make them, too. Bolos, parangs and small knives and woodworking tools. Forged and stock removal, logging industry scrap steels. It's a fun hobby for me.

Your are really nice, attractive designs.


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Very Nice Matt!

I see them:
In terms of appearance:
- clean, slick, sharp looking
- Efficient minimalist Design. In a good way, no nonsense.

- If I was looking for a slick, clean can do knife this would be a good choice. - Something that gets the job down with minimal weight and bling.

Next up try some really nice wood handles. I think you would have a nice modern yet classic look.


Thank you I really appreciate hearing how others would describe my knives! I really should make some with wood handles, I guess I have always liked G10 and Micarta for the color pop and durability.


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