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Some knives I've made

Discussion in 'Knives & Other Discussion' started by BenT, Jun 21, 2013.

  1. BenT

    BenT Eugene, OR Member

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    Hey guys, I am new to the forum, and I thought I would share some of the knives
    i have made recently. Let me know what you guys think.

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    Thanks for looking,
    Ben Tendick
     
  2. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg WA Well-Known Member

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    I really like the bowie. Part of my new biz will be manufacturing knives and swords. I will also sell custom blades of some types (Medieval, bowies, pirate cutlasses,etc) on consignment if that interests you
     
  3. Jamie6.5

    Jamie6.5 Western OR Well-Known Member

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    Nice work Ben!
     
  4. Dunerunner

    Dunerunner You'll Never Know Well-Known Member

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    Nice Professional work, Ben!
     
  5. ZA_Survivalist

    ZA_Survivalist Oregon AK's all day.

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    Interested in the last one!
     
  6. nwwoodsman

    nwwoodsman Vernonia Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter 2015 Volunteer

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    Thread should be titled "Some knives I've made that I'm selling to members of the forum at a huge discount"....Really like that bowie knife, the one pictured above it and the four below it. Very nice work.
     
  7. BenT

    BenT Eugene, OR Member

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    Thanks for the kind words guys!
    These are all long since sold and I don't want to get in trouble with sales talk in the wrong forum. I don't know all of the rules yet, but I hope to put some up for sale here in the future.
    I don't know if it is ok to post a link to my website/facebook page or not?
     
  8. Sun195

    Sun195 Pugetropolis, WA Well-Known Member

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    Very nice work - thanks for posting.
     
  9. TapRackNGo

    TapRackNGo PNW Well-Known Member

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    Blue one. Want. Nice:cool:
     
  10. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Very handsome, professional work Ben! Welcome to the forum!
     
  11. Peteralexander78

    Peteralexander78 vancouver Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

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    really like that last one
     
  12. GOG

    GOG State of Jefferson Well-Known Member

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    Nice work. :thumbup:
     
  13. Bruin

    Bruin oregon Member

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    Hi Ben, I make knifes so when I say nice knifes I now the skill level required to make your knifes. How about posting information on what steel each blade is made out of for us knife guys. One of my favorite knife steels is 52100, this is time consuming to heat treat but well worth it. Are you forging your blades?
     
  14. BenT

    BenT Eugene, OR Member

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    Thanks gentlemen! Most of the steel I use is either 5160 or L6. I have just recently got setup to heat treat and cryo treat stainless steel.

    Here is little hunter I just finished up today. This one is .125" thick L6, 7.5" OAL, with a 3 5/8" blade. It is dressed in green micarta with red liners and a tapered tang.

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  15. BigBull 301

    BigBull 301 PDX almost Well-Known Member

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    Great work!
    Look forward to seeing more of your craftsmanship.
     
  16. salmonriverjohn

    salmonriverjohn N.W Oregon coast, Gods country Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the link!
     
  17. BoonDocks36

    BoonDocks36 Oregon, in the boondocks Christian. Conservative. Male.

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    Ben, first, Great Knife Work !!!

    Next, "we" know each other, Sundays in a Middle School gym... ;-)

    I am the fellow that drives the Rhodesian Ugly Army Vehicle, yep that's me!!!

    If I bring you some ~Special Knife Steel~, can we work on the design, together ? I bought it from one of the internet knife makers stores, but realized I could NOT do the proper heat treating after I read more about that metal.

    I just finished cleaning out my storage, found the piece, and now must re-find it.... But it is not a "must have it now" project.

    Talk to you Sunday?

    philip,
    In the Boondock's on ,HWY 36
     
  18. FateOne

    FateOne Battle Ground Member

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    I've seen you and your knives at several of the local knife shows and over on the Knife forums. Always great stuff. You should post pics of your Z-danglers. If I didn't already have a Munroe I'd definitely buy one. If you still have a few I may buy one and ditch the DC Munroe.

    I hope you make more folding knives as one day I'd love to have one.
     
  19. BenT

    BenT Eugene, OR Member

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    Thanks man, I still have those available if you are interested. I will try and find the right forum and put some up for sale.
    The folding knives take a lot of time, but I will be doing more when I can.
     
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    Sammus seattle Member

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    I really like the last one. Looks kind of like "brute de forge" meets "tactical badass". I also loke the hammon you're getting. Assuming it's a clay quench. No idea of the steels. W2? Really like the variety you posted. seems like you're able to make a "tool for every job". Would be interested in buying one of those little edc's as well. Nice work!