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 Post subject: A bit more tactical
PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 10:59 pm 
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Here is one I finished up a while back.
With it's black T blade and the black micarta scales this one has
a very tactical look to it. In addition I added the ti bolsters
and a ti backspacer with 20 lpi. for a better grip. 8)

a couple of pics.....
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hope you like it :wink:

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Me like!

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I'm with Tim, nice work. I am a huge fan of Emerson Commanders. I'm even bigger fan of that one. 8)

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Thanks CT for the thumbs up :)


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I'm with Tim, nice work. I am a huge fan of Emerson Commanders. I'm even bigger fan of that one. 8)


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You can't go wrong with a Commander.... this one is in my EDC rotation

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If I have anything to say about it one like that will be in MY edc rotation. :wink: Nice knife man, can you give me some details on what you did to each?

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Steve Bailey wrote:
If I have anything to say about it one like that will be in MY edc rotation. :wink: Nice knife man, can you give me some details on what you did to each?


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Both have Ti bolsters and a hand checkered 20lpi. ti backspacer, new scales..... the Commander has blue/black carbon fiber and the SOCFK has black micarta, I clean up the liner edges and bead blast all ti parts to match. All hardware is either bead blasted or turned with a 400 grit.

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Gman, what was the base knife you used for the SOCFK? Looks like one of the CQC-7's, but which model.

I'm pretty sure I own whichever one it is, and I can already tell it needs to visit you. :wink:

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CT Brian wrote:
Gman, what was the base knife you used for the SOCFK? Looks like one of the CQC-7's, but which model.

I'm pretty sure I own whichever one it is, and I can already tell it needs to visit you. :wink:


Tim,
It has the tanto blade like the cqc7 but it's called the SOCFK.
I have done several cqc7's, mini 7's, and super cqc7's.
I'll see if I can find a few pics.

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 Post subject: mini cqc7
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Tim...
Here are a couple of pics of a mini cqc7 with the tanto blade. I used natural linen micarta on this one....

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Very nice, indeed!

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So Gman....How much do you charge for your services? Please email me at adhoule@yahoo.com if you have a detailed listing of options and costs.

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So Gman....How much do you charge for your services? Please email me at adhoule@yahoo.com if you have a detailed listing of options and costs.

Thanks

Andrew


Mail your way :)

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Check your PM please.

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 Post subject: Re: mini cqc7
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Gman wrote:
Tim...
Here are a couple of pics of a mini cqc7 with the tanto blade. I used natural linen micarta on this one....


Absolutetly schweet!!!!!!!

I ws talking with Steve B. this afternoon. You should give him a call. We're lining up.............

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E-mail headed your way, Gman.

I gotta get in line before Steve B.Image

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I couldn't resist and got in line today also. I think I beat that Bailey fellow. :lol:

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Ray Harms wrote:
I couldn't resist and got in line today also. I think I beat that Bailey fellow. :lol:

Ray, I'm thinking we should probably let him 'touch' ours.
For a slight fee, of course.........
Having mine done on a CQC7BWBTS. What's yours starting the transformation as?

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Tim,

Mine is starting as the same thing except it's the mini.

How much do you think we should charge him? I was thinking at least a few beers in Vegas.

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I got a little something for you guys. :twisted:

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I got a little something for you guys. :twisted:


I'm thinking "LITTLE" is about right :shock:

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Mark Downing wrote:
Steve Bailey wrote:
I got a little something for you guys. :twisted:


I'm thinking "LITTLE" is about right :shock:

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:? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Ouch..........that hurts Mark :cry: ................Sort of. :P

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ImageImageImageImageDammit Mark, there went ANOTHER keyboard.

Seriously though, Steve's actually cuter than an orphaned puppy wearing a clown suit and singing show tunes...........

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Glad I could be of assistance Tim :twisted:

We all love Steve, but every once in a while, gotta poke a little fun :)

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Incoming package, Gary......

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Incoming package, Gary......


Yup... 8)

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Thanks for the heads up....I'll keep an eye out for it! :shock:

Hope the SHOT was a success and I'm sure no alcohol, women or gambling was involved...... :wink:
Wish I was there to keep you guys out of trouble :P


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Hope the SHOT was a success and I'm sure no alcohol, women or gambling was involved...... :wink:


:lol: :P :lol: :P :lol: :P

Now that's funny!!!! :lol: :lol:


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more GMAN !!

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I am a huge fan of GMAN's work ... 8)

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JTW Jr wrote:
I am a huge fan of GMAN's work ... 8)


It's easy to see why. I'll be posting picks when mine's done.

BTW GMAN, did you get the ephelump toofs?

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