doglegg wrote:Mountain Man Knives wrote:I wouldn't call it necessary a deal it is a gift and a deal is when someone else gets or gives something in return - anyways I am pretty happy about being capable of sewing this sheath using a old singer sewing machine I just picked up - before I was using a drill press - so this was a big improvement for my hobby and cuts the time and energy down quite a bit - still took me about Two Hours or so to make but beat the Drill Press by a Landslide
Didn't mean to offend with my use of the word 'deal'. I am afraid that my communications skills rate right up there with my knowledge of knives. I need improvement on both. A very gracious gift on your part and a fabulous knife. I enjoy looking at your work. Thanks.
No offense taken - Thanks for the compliments - You can always bid on my knives under - Born.On.a.Mountain.Raised.in.a.Cave [/color]- I'm what they call a 100% all my Knives are entirely Forged and Finished by Me, Myself and I ~ I also make some knives using stock removal method in some Camp & Woods Knives - They pretty much resemble Randall Made Knives Stacked leather handle Brass Guards Aluminum Pommels the Blade Geometry is Different though - I have been making knives for just about 5 Years Now - Just Part Time - If I put it into Hours it would probably mount up to a Year Full Time but I am Handicap in and it Limits how long I can work in the Shop for any given amount of time before not being able to walk or bent over and stoved up - And Exhausted ~
Thanks again ~ J.R. TURNER