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Waiting for me in a Safe at Protech is a one of only 2 made Custom Godfather Stainless Steel frame one end DLC one end satin with Red Coral Handles and a Chad Nichols Blackout Stainless Damascus Blade, it is without a doubt one of the best looking knifes I have ever seen, Dave sent me a teaser picture Here it is

 

 

It will be around the end of the year before I have this knife but will absolutely be worth the wait

 

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I was going to be a smart butt as usual and tell you that you were stupid to buy it, when you could just sharpen a crushed coke can. I think we have flogged that dead horse enough though, so I won't say it.
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I will put it this way,  it is costing me less than my Custom Microtech Scarab, but that is only because Dave really likes me.  I figure each time i do a TGO run of knives I will get myself at least one custom Protech, The first run I bought myself two custom Stainless steel Dark Angels,

 

so I may get myself one more knife before the Godfather run is completed

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Waiting for me in a Safe at Protech is a one of only 2 made Custom Godfather Stainless Steel frame one end DLC one end satin with Red Coral Handles and a Chad Nichols Blackout Stainless Damascus Blade, it is without a doubt one of the best looking knifes I have ever seen, Dave sent me a teaser picture Here it is


It will be around the end of the year before I have this knife but will absolutely be worth the wait

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She is THE HOLY GRAIL , just one question , why don't the end pieces match ? I would like both in black on the next group buy ! Once I win the LOTTERY ! :) Edited by Fourtyfive
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She is THE HOLY GRAIL , just one question , why don't the end pieces match ? I would like both in black on the next group buy ! Once I win the LOTTERY ! :)

 

 

It is done that way just to be different, that caught my eye about it

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This is probably going to be one of the most awesomely pretty knives we will ever see.

 
 

Waiting for me in a Safe at Protech is a one of only 2 made Custom Godfather Stainless Steel frame one end DLC one end satin with Red Coral Handles and a Chad Nichols Blackout Stainless Damascus Blade, it is without a doubt one of the best looking knifes I have ever seen, Dave sent me a teaser picture Here it is
 
 
It will be around the end of the year before I have this knife but will absolutely be worth the wait
 
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Well...seeing the pic, I was right!!
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