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What is a "Lion Tribe Design".


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It's the company name of a forum member.

Here's my custom from them

Liontribe Designs Custom Tigershark by Brad Benzing, on Flickr


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He (forum member dozer) made me this:




 
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A fellow forum member, who is well versed in forging artwork into knives.

I don't own any, but I drool over most of his creations. He is very talented.


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you fellas are too kind. i just feel blessed to be able to make knives and have a great customer base. i am working on lots of new things for the summer. i get to live that Steeldrivers song, Guitars, Whiskey, Guns and Knives. never thought it would be this fun to work this hard, if that makes sense.

dozer


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Drop Out Hunter by dozer / Liontribe.




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I have 2. Both German file steel. One has a a lace about 5 inches and has a handle that is 5-6 inches and fills the hand very well. It’s about a 1/4 thick metal in the handle and tapered to a nice point. With ebony scales. The other is a baby version of it and about 1/8 thick about a 3.5-4 inch blade. It’s a real good knife for cleaning a trout. I was able to send Dozer some pieces of Purple Heart wood that he made the scales with. Both very sharp and hold a decent edge. Sorry no photo account or I’d post pics. Both knives have a very handy carve out before the sharp part of the blade to stick your index finger and both have a small area on top to stick your thumb. Both give good purchase when your hands are wet with fish mung etc.
 
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Dozer does awesome work. You will get for more knife then you should for the money asked.

My chefs knife he did for me.





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I am still confused. What constitutes a lion tribe design? Shape? File stock?


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i am the maker of the knives posted above. the name of my company is Liontribe Designs. i usually put that name in the title of my threads so that everyone knows what they are looking at when they open the thread. it is just, simply, the name of our business.

dozer


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Originally posted by George43:
I am still confused. What constitutes a lion tribe design? Shape? File stock?


It's a brand name. Like Benchmade or Buck.
 
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Thank you.


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