Monday, January 2, 2012

"Why Stop Now?"

Okay  I couldn't resist , so here are a couple more to feed the fire.

I'm not sure if  I've said it before, but this variation is my favorite.
Nothing but a nice clean knife ready to put to work when needed.

0 Standard Plain Model Nebuli SE with hand rubbed Scotch Brite satin finish.
CPM S30-V blade.
.375 thick, 1.000 wide, and 2.500 long closed, and 3.875 opened.
Actual cutting edge is 1.500 in length.
$315.00 each, w/ Pay Pal, and insured USPS Priority Mail Inclusive to USA destinations. !!SOLD!!

Please note, that I'm not responsible for items once they hit the PO.

Email me at jordanmetalart@gmail.com to make a purchase.

The in hand picture is from a while back of an unfinished knife, it's just been added for size reference.
As always, thanks you for checking in.
Kenn

8 comments:

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

This lot has been sold.
It's going to be quiet here for a bit as I work on a selection of "Fancy" ones for the next offering.
This weekend maybe, but I'm leaning towards the following one for a realistic time frame.
Thanks so much folks,

dcaston said...

Can you show a picture of the knife in someone's hand?

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

Darriel,
Sure, here's the best I can do for 4AM...lol
Pic added to this post.

dcaston said...

Thanks Ken -

Wes said...

Kenny, I think my new favorite model is the plain satin finish, It really looks slick. Were you able to buff the shallow dip on the lock bar as well? its hard to tell from the pic.

I would love to get one and try to finish the blade to a similar smoothness. Do you think a series of sanding would get out the machine lines on the blade? or would the heat treat make it a problem?

nice work on these.

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

Thanks Wes,
Yep I was able to buff everywhere.
Oh I suppose the machining marks could be sanded off, though a bit tough after heat treat.

dcaston said...

Got mine - great work.

Kenn Jordan Jr. said...

Darriel,
Enjoy & thanks for the support.