Allen Morrison from TM Hunt Custom Knives

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  1. DYSPHORIC JOY

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    Here are a few photos of the amazing work that @Allen Morrison does with kydex:[​IMG]
     
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    Allen is very meticulous with his sheaths. Notice the M-18 sheath has a recessed/exposed spine for using a ferro rod with the knife sheathed. He also offsets the mold just enough to keep the distal sheath portion from riding your leg. The 6&3 from @esee6&3 fits like a glove even though the blade has an odd shape. He also made a nice neck sheath for the Wolf Creek Forge (Lisa West) PSK.

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    Magua sheath is set up for vertical or horizontal carry.[​IMG]
     
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    Nice work! looks like Joe may have a bit of competition.
     
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    I just sent my 311 to him today. Reasonable prices and nice work.
     
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    @DYSPHORIC JOY, what's the purpose for the secondary piece of Kydex on your tradewater? Does it serve a purpose or is it just for aesthetics? Either way I like it. Different.
     
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    Firemaking material, cone for blowgun darts if I am out survivin' without food, template to shave perfect beard lines...but mostly aesthetically pleasing to the eye:D

    Knife is a Chief.
     
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    Allen somehow manages to keep abrasion from the blade, prevent withdrawal cuts on the edge side but yet provide rock solid retention.
     
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    Your MKII seems to have seen the same level of love as mine! Always liked it, but liked it even more after adding the hogue grip.

    I like that feature to use a ferro rod with the knife sheathed!
     
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    I just came home to a package from @Allen Morrison. I had sent my newest axe, the Rinaldi Milano, that has no sheath. This is his outstanding work.

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    I wanted a minimalist type of sheath. But he did ask me about carrying the axe and offered a removable Teklok option which I readily chose.

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    This sheath is awesome.

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    The fit is so precise I could probably go without the strap and still retain the sheath.

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    Teklok removed.

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    He said this is his first axe.

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    Very cool man. I'm gonna need a sheath when my Trento comes in as well.
     
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    I am glad to see you got your axe back
     
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    Wish I would of known you had you had orange scales 20160825_211604.jpg
     
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    Sorry @Allen Morrison for not replying right away. The fit and finish is excellent. I am still adjusting to the handle sticking out some and have adjusted the belt buckle closer to 11 so the sheath is nearer 12. Also, I find in the short time I've been wearing it I prefer the small teklock with the perpendicular carry over the large teklock. Today will be a good test though as I'm spending most of the day bucking, splitting and delivering firewood.

    Oh, and about the orange, I don't color coordinate well so no worries.
     
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    Very nice work!

    I would think that kydex would be a very good material for an axe cover.
     
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    I have had Allen do some work for me. This is just a couple of the items he did. Great quality work, Fast turn around.

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    Wow! This is fantastic stuff. I've made a few of my own holsters out of Kydex, and I could never imagine getting anything that precise.
     
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    The holster looks great. Did the Hooks come from Allen, or did you attach after the fact? I'd like one of these for my ruger lc9s @Allen Morrison.
     
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