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Well First and Formost is my wife and kids. Between sports and school they keep me going full time. but I realy enjoy Knife Makeing , Metal Detecting, Anything Outdoors, Singing at Church, And Flea Markets.

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Lets see some knife pics! :D
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Shure here are a few.
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those are some awesome looking knives... what do you do with them?

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Well to tell the truth Nothing !!!! I have them in a box and have gave some away but thats it. I wanted to sell some at at craft shows and stuff but dont have the time to make up 30 or so to sell. Thay are made out of metal cutting band saw blades from a machine shop. the last one I made was a filet knife for a friend of mine and it was great I done a bunch of file art on the metal between the handles.

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All beautiful...but I like the third one best. Thanks for sharing.
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Nice work! :)
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My List....

My Lady...
My (adult) Children (2)...
My Grandchildren (2)...
My Home (Trailer in a Tailer Park on Waterfront Lot)...
My Guns (and Ammo)...
My Dogs...
My Boats...
My Vehicles (2)...
My Fishing Equioment...
My Pleasures...Being with My Lady, Boating, Fishing, Exploring New Rivers, Cooking on the Grill, Flea Markets, Stargazing, Anything Outdoors...
My Health...
My Job...

That about covers it....

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1990 24 Ft. Preimer Pontoon Boat W / 50 HP. Mariner = Relaxing on the Water...
1980 17 Ft. Bass Tracker II Mod-V Hull Jon Boat with 45 HP Merc = Lakes and River Boat...
10 Ft "Bass Tender" (Plastic) Tri-Hull W Plastic Oars = Local Area Ponds..

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Post by hossthehermit »

[quote="fender66"]All beautiful...but I like the third one best. Thanks for sharing.[/quote

That "Thanks for Sharing" remark sure sounds like a hint to me. Hey, just kidding. But, yeah, real nice looking blades, don't cut yer fingers off.
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