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Posted By: Godogs57

My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

I'm getting a good number of orders for my Canadian Skinner in this configuration. Blaze orange G-10 handles with a black G-10 liner. I seem to make about an equal amount out of CPM-154 stainless and O-1 carbon steel. This particular one is made from CPM-154 and headed out to Virginia yesterday. She has a parachute cord thong tied off with a two-strand diamond knot, which always gives me fits. I made the sheath as well. Shaving sharp as always. Thanks for looking.

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Posted By: kingston

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

That’s nice!
Posted By: MontanaCreekHunter

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

Looks good and your knot came out great!
Posted By: michiganroadkill

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

Nice knife, but I am going to have to look up instructions on that knot.
Posted By: Godogs57

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

Originally Posted by michiganroadkill
Nice knife, but I am going to have to look up instructions on that knot.


There are a number of youtube videos on how to tie it. For whatever reason, each time I tie it, I need to look at the video again. Probably old age...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vYVP4AzMu8
Posted By: woods_walker

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

That's a nice rendition of that pattern. Well done Sir.
Posted By: RNF

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

Originally Posted by woods_walker
That's a nice rendition of that pattern. Well done Sir.



I agree. I like it also.
Posted By: BigDave39355

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/20/20

Nice.
Posted By: RipSnort

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

Excellent pattern! Dimensions, please.

RS
Posted By: GWPGUY

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

Evnin gents, oops lady's to. That is reeeely nice Godogs 57.!!!! I'm still saving up for that knife you had on here one time, the George Heron \ Wayne Hendrix style one. How about posting another pic of it?? This retirement on a fixed income sucks, & the $$$$ difference well!!! Love the orange handles, nice wood or bone is fine but the practically of orange handle on something I would hate to loose!!! When my turn comes around I'm sure I'll request the orange. Bill out. πŸΎπŸ‘£πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
Posted By: woodson

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

That’s a skinning sumbitch with a nice point to work the back legs down to the arse.
Posted By: woodson

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

I’m in on that. PM incoming.
Posted By: MOGC

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

I like that a bunch!
Posted By: Gies340

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

Looking great!
Posted By: Higginez

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

Very nice!!!
Posted By: gaswamp

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/21/20

very nice hank....need to come see you at ur shop
Posted By: Godogs57

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Come on by anytime.

Thanks for the kind words folks.

GWPGUY, which knife are you referring to?
Posted By: Godogs57

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Originally Posted by RipSnort
Excellent pattern! Dimensions, please.

RS


7.5” total, ~ 3” blade. I can make to any dimensions preferred tho.
Posted By: Journeyman

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Originally Posted by Godogs57
I'm getting a good number of orders for my Canadian Skinner in this configuration. Blaze orange G-10 handles with a black G-10 liner. I seem to make about an equal amount out of CPM-154 stainless and O-1 carbon steel. This particular one is made from CPM-154 and headed out to Virginia yesterday. She has a parachute cord thong tied off with a two-strand diamond knot, which always gives me fits. I made the sheath as well. Shaving sharp as always. Thanks for looking.

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Looks WAY good!
Dimensions?
Posted By: TxHunter80

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Great work Hank. That knife is just begging to be put to work
Posted By: GWPGUY

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Mornin Godog, Bill here. It was quite the same as that one, maybe was,just a different angle. The one we're a couple guys we're kidding me about trading something for part of the payment!!! . It kind of resembled a George Heron or Wayne Hendrix knife but had a better grind that was more pronounced. Anyway, doesn't matter, I'm still saving up for it. Was serious about it, you'll get a call someday.. Thanks for your time, Bill out. πŸΎπŸ‘£πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
Posted By: ccrifles

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/22/20

Nice Job. Very practical knife, see why you're getting lots of orders.
Posted By: Journeyman

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/24/20

Originally Posted by Journeyman
Originally Posted by Godogs57
I'm getting a good number of orders for my Canadian Skinner in this configuration. Blaze orange G-10 handles with a black G-10 liner. I seem to make about an equal amount out of CPM-154 stainless and O-1 carbon steel. This particular one is made from CPM-154 and headed out to Virginia yesterday. She has a parachute cord thong tied off with a two-strand diamond knot, which always gives me fits. I made the sheath as well. Shaving sharp as always. Thanks for looking.

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Looks WAY good!
Dimensions?
Posted By: Godogs57

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/25/20

I posted dimensions just before you posted. 7.5” total length and a 3” blade. However, I can alter dimensions any way you wish to fit your needs. Making the same knife with a somewhat longer blade for a gentleman right now. Get with me if I can help you in any way.
Posted By: Gies340

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/25/20

Godogs, please post a pic of that one too!
Posted By: Godogs57

Re: My Canadian skinner headed out - 05/25/20

Just got out of heat treat last night. Now on to tempering.
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