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A brother on THF gave me a load of Spalted Pecan, not many people do that. Thanks again Kirk, I appreciate it brother.

This is the first one I made from it after I dried it and stabilized it. It's my model # 121, I haven't post it on my website yet, I normally leave it on a few hunting forums before posting it on there.


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Re: Spalted Pecan skinner [Re: bjankowski] #7718936 01/15/20 10:13 PM
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Beautiful work Bob... up


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Re: Spalted Pecan skinner [Re: bjankowski] #7718988 01/15/20 11:09 PM
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Thanks bro.

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you are the man Bob, beautiful wood ( jealous lol )) and beautiful knife / sheath package


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Originally Posted by ShaneA
you are the man Bob, beautiful wood ( jealous lol )) and beautiful knife / sheath package


Thanks brother Mark, no need being jealous bro, you make great knives.

Re: Spalted Pecan skinner [Re: bjankowski] #7719292 01/16/20 03:56 AM
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Love the shape, love the file work, love the sheath love everything.

Very nice knife.



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Originally Posted by TXHOGSLAYER
Love the shape, love the file work, love the sheath love everything.

Very nice knife.


Thanks bro, I designed that model with attention to how it fits in the hand. All my new models will incorporate that concept .99% of all knives emphasis is directed on the blade which is important however; regardless it should fit and feel great in the hand and be functional working in concert with the blade design.

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Really good looking knife.

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Originally Posted by krmitchell
Really good looking knife.



Thanks bro, that one sold really fast. I guess I need to make more. clap

Re: Spalted Pecan skinner [Re: bjankowski] #7720172 01/17/20 12:29 AM
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One of the best looking knifes I’ve ever seen. Beautiful work/craftsmanship. 👍

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Originally Posted by lost again
One of the best looking knifes I’ve ever seen. Beautiful work/craftsmanship. 👍


I appreciate brother.

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Absolutely beautiful. Great job Sir


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Originally Posted by 2Beez
Absolutely beautiful. Great job Sir


Thanks so much; that one went to Muskogee Ok.

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I really like that one. If you build another one like it i think i may have a home for it

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Originally Posted by Slick Head
I really like that one. If you build another one like it i think i may have a home for it

What he said!

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By far the best looking knife I've ever seen. Great job.

Re: Spalted Pecan skinner [Re: bjankowski] #7723961 01/21/20 03:26 AM
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Thanks all for the kind words, greatly appreciated.

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Beautiful knife / sheath package
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Bob, I’m going up to Michigan in August, to visit a friend that’s a big deer hunter. I want to give him a knife just like the one on this thread (with the Texas Pecan wood, file work and red liners), and if you can do so, please put his name, which is Don, on the sheath. And is there any way you can put a small Texas flag on the sheath? He’s a Yankee, and I sure would like the Texas flag on his hip. Extra work is extra money, but that is no problem.

I can’t wait for him to see it. Tell me what I’ll owe you and I’ll send money.

I’d have sent a pm, but was afraid I’d get the order wrong.

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Originally Posted by 603Country
Bob, I’m going up to Michigan in August, to visit a friend that’s a big deer hunter. I want to give him a knife just like the one on this thread (with the Texas Pecan wood, file work and red liners), and if you can do so, please put his name, which is Don, on the sheath. And is there any way you can put a small Texas flag on the sheath? He’s a Yankee, and I sure would like the Texas flag on his hip. Extra work is extra money, but that is no problem.

I can’t wait for him to see it. Tell me what I’ll owe you and I’ll send money.

I’d have sent a pm, but was afraid I’d get the order wrong.


I sent you a PM Kirk.

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Wow !! Very,,very nice. Beautiful knife !

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Finished this one day. It's a little darker since I used some Walnut Danish Oil on it.


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[quote=603Country]Bob, I’m going up to Michigan in August, to visit a friend that’s a big deer hunter. I want to give him a knife just like the one on this thread (with the Texas Pecan wood, file work and red liners), and if you can do so, please put his name, which is Don, on the sheath. And is there any way you can put a small Texas flag on the sheath? He’s a Yankee, and I sure would like the Texas flag on his hip. Extra work is extra money, but that is no problem.

I can’t wait for him to see it. Tell me what I’ll owe you and I’ll send money.

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Here ya go Kirk: I added a little Texas Flair on the sheath.

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