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Re: One of Martin Lind's Beautiful Knives 2 years 1 month ago #5006

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What can I say?

Great mate! ;)
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Re: One of Martin Lind's Beautiful Knives 1 year 5 months ago #10428

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Beautiful blade, beautiful handle, a very beautiful knife. In particular, I really like the sweep of the handle in the bolster area.

Bobby B.
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Re: One of Martin Lind's Beautiful Knives 1 year 5 months ago #10431

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Thanks all.:)
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Re: One of Martin Lind's Beautiful Knives 1 year 3 months ago #11535

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That is one GORGEOUS knife ! I love the patterns in the Damascus steel and the wood handles, very nice
pairing indeed.

I ( up until about a year ago that is ) used to make Native American "Style" Flutes from all kinds of wood, bamboo, and even Urban Pine ( PVC ), and always treasured a piece of special wood like this.....man, I would have loved to find a piece of it big enough to make a flute from.....pair that wood with some inlaid crushed Turquoise and it would surely be eye candy. I still fiddle with the flutes a bit, but now that I have my WES Pro-Pack II, I am spending time sharpening, LOL.
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