mitch4ging

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About mitch4ging

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    Moore, Oklahoma
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    family, blacksmithing, guitar pickin', camping, fishing. 2m ke5jbn

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  1. Congratulations Rashelle and James, it was fun to watch you two. James, nice job on the win as well!
  2. Beautiful little knife! I really like the shaping of your scales! Nice flow over the whole knife. Great job!
  3. Very nice! I have contemplated making one as well, yours is an inspiration.
  4. What a beauty!! Nice job for sure. If it's not a secret, where did you get the stag? That is a great piece.
  5. Forgot to say nice touch on the 'Dead Mans Hand'...
  6. Indeed a beautiful knife! I've always liked the low count PW.....lucky father in law!
  7. Welcome Jeep! Nice looking first run. Your PW came out nice. It might flow better if your spine ran flush to your handle, but thats just a thought. No doubt in a year or two you will compare with this one and see how much you've advanced. again, welcome aboard. Mitch
  8. Love it! I really like the sheep horn, though I've yet to try some. I have a knife made by Scott Roush with horn, and I've liked it ever since. Also like your bolster engraving / texture. Is it cold blued? thanks for posting. Mitch
  9. Another nice one! would have loved one back when I was active/deployed. good job. Mitch
  10. very cool, love the whole package!
  11. great looking bunch of knives! Glad you recovered! Nice photo's as well, do you do them yourself also?
  12. Very generous of you!! Love the look you get from the wood, scoring with a saw blad teeth...great idea. Never thought of wasabi to use as a pantina...will have to try that. Thanks for your response and pics! Mitch
  13. That should be one very happy nephew! Nice! Mitch
  14. Welcome to the forum Seth! Some great looking work there. Yes, the anvil cut out is cool. my favorite is the second from botton, with the two woods handle. nice to have you here. Regards, Mitch