Let's See Your R.J. Evans Knives

robevs73

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Sep 17, 2008
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It wasn't bad for a first attempt.
Working on a few pukkos and carvers next.
Here's the first pukko, photo isn't good I'm afraid. I'll put another up when I've made the sheath.IMG_20190208_190146.jpg
 

falcon

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Aug 27, 2004
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42D0D2B4-3DAD-4F9F-A0A2-95785C1854BF.jpeg 831AD68E-8A42-46F6-9F1A-5D60EA37622B.jpeg While I’m fortunate to own both Bison and Orford knives I felt I needed a Rob Evans Bushtool. As you can see I settled on one...then another. They both see plenty of use, are robust with excellent fit and finish with very durable edges. The walnut handled one is unground (by request) and the one with the butt plate absolutely fits Mors Kochanski’s definition of his ideal knife as “a pry-bar which is capable of working wood well” . I would recommend Rob’s work to anybody..