Let's See Your R.J. Evans Knives

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stevec

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Oct 30, 2003
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Very nice Rob, it comes to mind that some of the knives shown may well have a tiny little bit of Sheffield in them. A good while back I made some of those little round nuts in brass and stainless for holding scales on. Lovely stuff shown so far.
 
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Dan1982

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Jan 14, 2006
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Awesome work!! If anybody has a bush tool for sale or surplus to requirements then please let me know.

Cheers

Dan
 

Dan1982

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Here is my brand new FTP with ebony scales and red liners. I'm absolutely delighted with it!! The quality is SUPERB in both knife and sheath and I can thoroughly recommend. Rob answered all my questions and made a couple of sheath modifications at my request with no issue. Can't wait to get out and use it now!!

Thanks Rob!

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mikehill

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Nov 25, 2014
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This arrived today ! All I can say is it’s fantastic quality and I’m over the moon. If you buy one then I will add ... be VERY careful when testing the edge. I’ve bought hundreds of knives since 2002 and this is by far the sharpest I’ve ever received! Rob should give sharpening lessons :O_O:


 

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View attachment 52388 Here's another one of my own, bushtool in s30v
I like the thinking behind the orange bit, when its in the sheath you can't see the bright colour but you don't need to but if the knife is out and possibly dropped on the ground its bright coloured so you can find it.

I have a Mora Clipper in orange but the sheath is also orange and I find the sheath a bit much. Looks a bit Fisher Price if you see what I mean.
Not hard to sort out as I can just buy another knife cheap enough and swap the sheath over but I've just not done it yet.