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    Default Damascus neckknife in pink dragen takedown handle

    This is the first neck knife I have ever made. Scott and I made a bet on the Mayweather McGregor fight. Each of us would make a neck knife and the person who won would get the knife of the other person.

    I won the bet so I'm getting the knife Scott made, and I wanted to share the pics of the knife I made. It's a takedown handle mounted with small torx screws sunken into the handle. The blade was cleaned and etched all over.



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    I do not like using the same words over and over on our forum, but, when a stunning piece of craftsmanship shows up stunning is the word that comes to mind immediately.
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    Ok, that is just awesome......nuff said
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    I have often contemplated a serrated neckknife for work, that one however is not one I would ever bring to work. That environment is way to harsh for such a beautiful piece of work.
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    Aloha!

    Stunning piece of work. I wish I had that kind of craftsmanship in my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    I have often contemplated a serrated neckknife for work, that one however is not one I would ever bring to work. That environment is way to harsh for such a beautiful piece of work.
    Yeah saltwater is already harsh on stainless. Nevermind carbon steel
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZipZop View Post
    Aloha!

    Stunning piece of work. I wish I had that kind of craftsmanship in my hands.

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    Time and effort.
    11 years ago I knew nothing about steel or working it. The difficult part is usually to get started. Once you've done that, it's just a matter of setting one foot in front of the other. Last time at Charlie's place I made a multi step piece of damascus by hand, and I said it's not that I am better then anyone else. I'm just too stupid to know when to quit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    Time and effort.
    ... and making a not insignificant investment in tools
    ... and convincing one's spouse

    nice job Bruno !
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    That's one sexy kneckknife, Bruno. Love the pink scales and the patterning!
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