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    Lil Johnny B.Goode knife pattern

    Smaller utility style pattern called Lil Johnny after knife maker John Hutcheson. He and I co designed this little fella. Also have a larger version called Big Johnny. Thatís what he and his father were called growing up. Pretty neat.

    Finally have a Johnny B.Goode !!


    Brian Goode
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    I like that, I think it would be a very useful camp knife.

    <Insert mental image of slicing up a slab of bacon beside a campfire>

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    I like it!
    I have a few knives and a hawk that I designed and Battlehorse Knives made for me. There's a sense of accomplishment when you design something from a thought and make it an object, especially a tool.
    Good work!
    "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
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    Very nice shape. The blade and grip compliment each other. What are the specifics of "Lil Johnny"?

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    I will have to measure the pattern but from memory the edge is 3.25” and overall is 7 3/8”. Blade stock thickness is 3/32” 0-1 steel. Handle is G10
    Brian Goode
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    I was close. It’s 3 3/8” edge and 7.5” overall.
    Brian Goode
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    http://www.bgoodeknives.com

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