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Old 04-11-2019, 06:49 AM
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Just a Little Coaching (goes a long way)

This knife was forged by a student/friend of mine. He's only been at this for about three years, but gets better every knife. He's having a lot of fun which is even better. His name is Huck and you can catch him on this season's "Moonshiners" episodes on Discovery. He's finding talents he never thought he had and it's great watching them develop. Bonus for me is all the deep, backwoods, mountain knowledge he shares each time we get together - He's the real deal.
This was also his first attempt at a Native American style sheath (coaching him in leatherwork as well). Keep an eye out for the knives used on the show either he or I made most of them. Huck's NA Sheath2.jpg

Huck's Lates 2.jpg

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