knives in use.....neck-knife pictures added

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Nice deer Owen , and nice work on the knives.
 
I hadn't looked at this in a while. Nice blades fishbum. This is an awesome thread. Let's keep it going.
 
C Rex Blade in Action

Here's some pics of my friend Greg Long, owner of Timber River Adventures in Dublin. He hosted a mighty fine hunt for my young bladesmith apprentice Scout and me. We had a great time right before Thanksgiving. Greg manages for trophy deer and hawgs and does it right.
The 10 weighed 240+ before dressing out. He was a dominate for sure.
Greg is using a knife I gifted him for putting on such a nice hunt. Couldn't get him to slow down enough for a good pic of the knife, but he is very happy with it.
 

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georgiaboy

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Cleaned/skinned and quartered 3 with this neck knife I made and it's still shaving sharp. I wanted to use this AEB-L in person and so far I'm impressed.
 

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Anvil Head

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It's all anyone should ever need! (probably shouldn't say that since I make/sell a lot of much larger knives....but it's true)
Heck, I've got axes and chainsaws for the big stuff.
Thanks for sharing.
 

georgiaboy

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It's all anyone should ever need! (probably shouldn't say that since I make/sell a lot of much larger knives....but it's true)
Heck, I've got axes and chainsaws for the big stuff.
Thanks for sharing.
I agree. My "big" main hunting knife is a tad over 3.5" I think. The one in the pic is about 2.75". For hams I just cut in and around the ball joint which is about as deep of a cut I can think of.
 

georgiaboy

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One of you guys needs to be thinking about some turkey and neck knife pics. I got sloppy this year and no pics.
 
That knife wil do a turkey just as easy as a squirrel. Me and ol Rex flushed about 15 day before yesterday just above the spring below the cabin. Mostly squibs and hens. Rex jumped into them before I could get close enough for a good look, but hey, was exciting for a minute. Rex even got a feather to tote for a while.
 

godogs57

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Here's my 2017 bull elk with one of my knives. Skinned, gutted, quartered and it still shaved when I worked up a whitetail buck a few weeks later. CPM154 stainless steel, Desert Ironwood handle. Double H Knife at work.jpg
 

redeli

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Here is a knife given to me by my billy buddies....it is a beautiful piece of work....it is a hank hammond made knife that I have not used yet but if the good Lord is willing will get plenty of use in the future 6FD9EA26-15E7-42F2-84E4-BDD3B98E40F6.jpeg
 
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