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Just want to share a picture of my first custom fixed blade knife I bought from a maker in Poland.

I would love to see some of your favorite fixed blades Smile.

 
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Bona does really nice work, I see him quite a bit on Blade Forums. I'm partial to the fighter style guard, very nice!

I have a pretty extensive collection of custom fixed blades and it's been shrinking. Here's a custom from Jim Crowell MS, a custom order, fighter style guard, of course.



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^^^ Very nice. I really like fighter style knives. Currently have another one on order from Phillip Patton...
 
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^^^ Very nice. I really like fighter style knives. Currently have another one on order from Phillip Patton...


Phillip is good, make sure you post it. He and I post in the Photography area on BF, he's good at that, too.


"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
 
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That's a beauty. Bona makes some nice knives. The sweep and flow of his grinds are wonderful.


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One of my projects!!

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Good-looking blade, OP!

Small, fixed-blade Kistner knife that I've posted about here recently.




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Congratulations!

First on the beautiful knife. And second, on actually getting it after ordering it overseas. I've heard of a good many horror stories even just within the US.



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Phillip is good, make sure you post it. He and I post in the Photography area on BF, he's good at that, too.


Just receive this WIP pic from Phillip today on my custom order knife. First time he uses laminated steel on a fighter knife. I think it turns out rather nicely Cool. I can't wait to get it.

 
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That is a beauty, nicely done on the lamination.

Looking forward to your take on how it feels in the hand.


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