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Old 09-14-2010, 12:21 PM
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Alright guys here is a thread for everyone to post pictures of themselves AND the CUSTOM MADE knives they bought from anyone on Woody's , while they are using them to skin their animals, or what ever they use thier knife for . Lets see some pictures . Thanks for posting .

I will ask three people to be judges , that are not showing pictures, and the one that posts the best pictures , as judged by the 3 judges ,i will send them a neck knife ,of my choosing, just in time for CHRISTmas. I WILL POST A PICTURE OF THE KNIFE AS SOON AS I MAKE IT .So lets see'm folks. Scott


Deadline is wed Dec 15, 2010. The knife will ship Dec 16, maybe it will make it most anywhere by Christmas.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:38 PM
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I can't wait to put mine to use here in a few weeks, when is the deadline to get the pics posted?
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Good to go Scott. Nice gesture! Good luck to everybody!
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Scott,I am gonna baptize that knife from you this weekend! I just got a feel 'n!
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I will show off the next one. Saturday I was too busy grinnin and cuttin.
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Scott,I am gonna baptize that knife from you this weekend! I just got a feel 'n!
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I'll be using my knife made by TENPOINT to clean a big ol' Illinois freakstudasaurus come November and will certainly post up some pics!!




This thread should be a sticky.....
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Hard to see the knife but this deer was taken last year and skinned, cut, and deboned by an Oconee Dan skinning knife!
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Looks like it did a good job.
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Skinnin` and quarterin a deer with one of my flint flake knives. Does that count?
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It counts as long as you got it from you and you made it . Oh and are you from woodys ?
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Be careful what you ask for Scott, the Pigsticker may be a bit too much for some to see in action. I imagine the shots of that thing doing its job will be a bit graphic!!!...Just go ahead and send me the neck knife now!!!!
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Be careful what you ask for Scott, the Pigsticker may be a bit too much for some to see in action. I imagine the shots of that thing doing its job will be a bit graphic!!!...Just go ahead and send me the neck knife now!!!!


I am wanting to see a video from you my friend .....
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Consider it done...I will post one in the next few weeks...
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Thats a heavy duty knife for sure. It looks like it will do the job.

Mr Nicodemus , what is a flint flake knife ?

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Thats a heavy duty knife for sure. It looks like it will do the job.

Mr Nicodemus , what is a flint flake knife ?

Anthony

A flake knife is a puposely made flake, knocked of a bigger piece of stone, and dulled on one side only, to keep the user from cuttin` his hand. Made from high grade flint, or obsidian, it is sharper than anything man can make. The edge is not as durable as steel though. The one I`m usin` in the pic is gray colored English flint.
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MY son with his tabor blade !!!

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I vote for that picture right there!!!!
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Great idea Mr. Scott, already some fine examples!
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Cleaning a hog with either a Razorblade, Sharpeblade, or Oconee Dan blade. I use all 3 everytime i clean sumpin'!
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Tabor blades with fish, then with deer.
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Team Southland skinnin' a 10 footer with one of Razor Blade's fine works of art... Thanks , Scott. Your blades rock !
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Cool thread! I wouldn't even know where to start with a gator!
Nic...a flint blade should count double!
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This is what i wanted to see guys . Keep them comin.
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The knife that is unzippin` that gator is a fine lookin` blade.
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Probably not what ya`ll expected to see, but I use em for everything. These pears are fixin` to turn into a pear crisp. A specialty The Redhead makes this time of the year. Kind of like a cobbler, and forevemore good!!

I got coerced into peelin` em and cuttin` em up.
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Probably not what ya`ll expected to see, but I use em for everything. These pears are fixin` to turn into a pear crisp. A specialty The Redhead makes this time of the year. Kind of like a cobbler, and forevemore good!!

I got coerced into peelin` em and cuttin` em up.
Sounds like the "Redhead" is making you earn your pear crisp.

That sure is a mighty fine looking blade.
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Probably not what ya`ll expected to see, but I use em for everything. These pears are fixin` to turn into a pear crisp. A specialty The Redhead makes this time of the year. Kind of like a cobbler, and forevemore good!!

I got coerced into peelin` em and cuttin` em up.

I've noticed it several times and I don't know anything about knife making but what is the horseshoe shape in the metal for between the handle and where the edge begins?

Nice knife by the way!
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I've noticed it several times and I don't know anything about knife making but what is the horseshoe shape in the metal for between the handle and where the edge begins?

Nice knife by the way!


It`s for breakin` the legbones of squirrels. Also wingbones and legbones of birds. This is my latest acquisition from Sharpeblades.

Thanks for the compliment!
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Here are a couple of pics of a woodland caribou I took last week in Newfoundland...skinned and deboned with a beautiful knife from Sharpeblades. Then a moose shot later that day and skinned and quartered with the same knife without any resharpening....Man those knives are sharp.
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Hey RB those are some great pics. That Bou' is nice ! Also, a sweet blade.
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Great Pics Y'all. Keep'm comin! If I don't get a deer this year,I may just have to cut me a watermelon with the knives I got from Scott and Nick!
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Hey guys , those are some great pictures so far , but i can't wait until gun season opens around here , we orta see some sho-nuf pictures soon . Scott
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WOW man, look at all the knife handles on top of that caribou head!!!

Seriously, nice caribou and nice Tabor knife. Caribou makes some neat handles.

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Not an action shot but bloddy still. First time getting to try out mine I got from Scott last year. Opening day doe.
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Scott, I skinned two Saturday and didn't have anyone to snap any pics...
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I got a buttonbuck on Sat 23rd at The Poole Plantation in Schley County. Here I am with my Oconee Dan Masson knife cleaning my deer. Really nice knife and was a sharp tool to work with!!!! Thanks Dan!!!!
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I got a good shot the next day of JakeAllen cleaning his doe at the Poole's with his Raleigh Tabor knife.....he used several different knives for the job that day!!!!!
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Thanks for the posts, Tomi. I too, own a couple of tabor knives, and they are almost as good as mine!!!!
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+ one Raleigh Tabor big camp knife = processing simplified.
Might need to make me another one RT - best butcher knife I've ever used!
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Here's my RT 'Sharpblades' Damascus doing it's thang, man is this one very Sharpblade !

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My brand new Tabor knife got some use this past weekend at the Poole Plantation. I got a doe Sat morning the 27th with my rifle. Here I am with my newest knife. It sure did the job. Me and Donnie Poole both used it, never had to resharpen even one time!!! Thanks Raleigh!!!!

Hanging at the Pooles!!!!!!

I sorta "posed" for this one to show off the knife....I don't really handle it thata way!!!! (yeh, I got pink disposable gloves on.....so go ahead and yuk it up ya'll!!!!!!)
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+ one Raleigh Tabor big camp knife = processing simplified.
Might need to make me another one RT - best butcher knife I've ever used!
I sure hope you didn't throw away that sinew ...
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