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    That's gorgeous! Nice work!

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    Similar style indeed Brad. A bit pricier than mine though.

    Actually I'm bidding on another Thai blade. Action ends this week so maybe I'll have another one then.

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    Well, I had work in Julian Ca. again. For those who don't know, Julian is a little town in the mountains in San Diego County. The town was formed shortly after the civil war by a confederate soldier, or so it was told to me. They are famous for their apples and their original wooden sidewalks which, alas, are no more ,as they replaced them with that new fangled stone like substance I heared call cement. To the west of Julian by 20 or so miles is my little town of Ramona and a little farther and you end up in the ocean. Not 20 miles east of Julian and you end up in the Anza Borrego desert. Julian, on the other hand is a mountain town at 4000 feet elevation and appears much like northern California. This is why San Diego is so coveted. The city of San Diego rarely goes above 80 degrees F or below 65 degrees F. The county of San Diego offers just about Any climate or landscape you are looking for.
    Back to my original point which is the knife store Quinn knives in Julian. After I finished my work I dropped by to see what they had that was new and I found a very nice Jeff Morgan. This knife is almost 8 and3/4 inches long He calls it a clip point survival knife with "interrupted" edge. The handle is black paper micarta. the steel is 1095 and the spine is 3/16 of an inch thick.

    This is one very nice knife.

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    By the way Alex, I am still interested in getting some of your work but apparently my PM's are not getting through.

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    Sorry Mark, busy busy. I have a little work to finish up (hopefully it'll be done in two weeks or so) and then I can talk about taking on some new projects. I still have some half finished stuff lying around as well as one that was sent back to me because something happened to it in transit (that'll never happen to me again).

    how about you just e-mail me instead. I'll pm you my e-mail right now.


    oh...and btw...nice little new knife you got...you need to start taking pictures outside though make them a little less dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX_Emergency View Post
    Similar style indeed Brad. A bit pricier than mine though.

    Actually I'm bidding on another Thai blade. Action ends this week so maybe I'll have another one then.
    Just realised that I never posted pics of this one so here they are:



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    D2 steel, stainles liners. Ostrich bone scales with Abalone inlays. Spinel stones inset in handle and thumbstud

    Filework allover the place.

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