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  • Big Batch of Knives

    This is the biggest batch of knives that I have ever attempted to make at the same time. I thought I would never get to the end of it. Any way, Here's a group photo of all the knives, 21 in total. Let me know what you think.

    Carving Knives Group Photo.jpg
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    Brandant Robinson
    Woodcarving Blog - www.theoldstump.blogspot.com
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  • #2
    I have few of your knives...they are top in my collection that get used.

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    • #3
      Beautiful knives as always Brandant!

      Dave

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      • #4
        They are really good knives, Brandant. Beautiful too.
        Herb

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        • #5
          Great knives Brandant, What steel do you use?
          . . .JoeB

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          • #6
            Those are some really beautiful knives!
            Keep On Carvin'
            Bob K.

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            • #7
              He does make the best knives. I have one and about to get another.

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              • #8
                Nice looking knives, Brandant! How thick are the blades? What blade lengths do you have in the photo?

                Claude
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                • #9
                  Mine looks much like the bottom one in the middle column. Strictly for doing excellent work on details.

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                  • #10
                    I really like the 2nd and 3rd from the top in row three. I always wanted one of the caterpillar handles.

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                    • #11
                      Well then, haul off and get one for yourself. You will not be disappointed with the design nor the blade.
                      I get into situations with little grooves, lots of "fuzzies", that just won't go away.
                      There is a "fix." The sole and rare times that I pull out my BR knife.
                      Most of my carvings are big enough (12" +) but that the fuzzies in the grooves still bother me.

                      I can't think of another single magnificent gift for any wood carver than a BR knife.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Robson Valley View Post
                          Well then, haul off and get one for yourself. You will not be disappointed with the design nor the blade.
                          I get into situations with little grooves, lots of "fuzzies", that just won't go away.
                          There is a "fix." The sole and rare times that I pull out my BR knife.
                          Most of my carvings are big enough (12" +) but that the fuzzies in the grooves still bother me.

                          I can't think of another single magnificent gift for any wood carver than a BR knife.
                          No truer words said. I have two now. His knives are the best.

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                          • #14
                            Thanks everyone for your nice comments. It's nice to know that my blades are being put to good use.

                            Originally posted by joepaulbutler View Post
                            Great knives Brandant, What steel do you use?
                            Joe, for all of these knives I used Personal floor scraper blades. I'm not sure exactly what they are made of, but it it holds a great edge and is very tough.
                            Brandant Robinson
                            Woodcarving Blog - www.theoldstump.blogspot.com
                            Custom Folding Knives - https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
                            Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/brandant.robinson.1

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Claude View Post
                              Nice looking knives, Brandant! How thick are the blades? What blade lengths do you have in the photo?

                              Claude
                              Claude, the blades are quite thin. I'll have to get my calipers out and take a true measurement for you when I get a chance. The blade lengths range from 1" detail blades up to 1-1/2" all-purpose carving blades.
                              Brandant Robinson
                              Woodcarving Blog - www.theoldstump.blogspot.com
                              Custom Folding Knives - https://www.therobinsonedge.com/
                              Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/brandant.robinson.1

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