Old 02-25-2004, 10:07   #1
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Catalog/website?

Mr. Harsey-

Do you have a website or catalog available? If so, please put the info in your profile for our viewing. I would be very interested...
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Old 02-25-2004, 20:19   #2
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Sir, So much of my time has been spent designing and engineering that for the last several years I have not produced any catalog. My best work to date can be found at Chris Reeve Knives, the one we do together. I bought my wife a pretty good digital cam so I can get some new images up, lots of good stuff happening here. Anyone know how to put a link here? I have old website with some good work there. Bill
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Old 02-25-2004, 20:21   #3
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Anyone know how to put a link here? I have old website with some good work there. Bill
At your service, Sir!

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Old 02-25-2004, 20:41   #4
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Thankyou! I have just spent the last week after SHOT Show reviewing the last several years of design work here (wheelbarrow full of drawing books), all day today starting to draft refinements on new work. This should result in work worth posting. Also Lone Wolf Knives makes the big tactical folder designed by me and the T-2 slightly smaller model. Bill
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Old 02-25-2004, 20:44   #5
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Bill:

Your website, Sir!

http://www.flying-cloud.com/harsey-knife/knife.html

You should ask your brother to update it with your current stuff. You have a lot of talent.

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Originally posted by Bill Harsey
Thankyou! I have just spent the last week after SHOT Show reviewing the last several years of design work here (wheelbarrow full of drawing books), all day today starting to draft refinements on new work. This should result in work worth posting. Also Lone Wolf Knives makes the big tactical folder designed by me and the T-2 slightly smaller model. Bill
I will check them out Bill. Thank you Sir.

and thanks to TR for posting the link.
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Well, since I am posting links here, strictly as a fan, one to Mr. Harsey's Bio over at Lone Wolf:

http://lonewolfknives.com/store/page...s-harsey.shtml


The Harsey Tactical Folder from Lone Wolf:

The Harsey Tactical Folder was designed to be the ultimate combat folding knife. The frame and locking liner are built from 6AL4V titanium making this big knife extremely tough, less-magetic, corrosion resistant and lightweight. Blade material is CPM-S3OV high-carbon stainless steel. The handle is textured glass-filled Nylon® for its toughness and non-slip properties. The blade has a locking-liner for safety. The ambidextrous thumbstud provides one handed opening and closing of the blade. All fasteners are stainless steel and the open support-column style back spacers allow easy cleaning after field use. The Harsey Combat Folder has been tested by Rangers, Seals and Special Forces personnel. Those who have tested the this product have described it as the best large folding combat knife they have ever seen. Mr. Harsey has put all his years of experience into this knife and Lone Wolf Knives is proud to offer this truly awesome combat folder. The Harsey Tactical Folder is built in our knife factory in Portland, Oregon USA.
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Old 02-25-2004, 23:39   #8
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Sir, So much of my time has been spent designing and engineering that for the last several years I have not produced any catalog. My best work to date can be found at Chris Reeve Knives, the one we do together. I bought my wife a pretty good digital cam so I can get some new images up, lots of good stuff happening here. Anyone know how to put a link here? I have old website with some good work there. Bill
I got Chris Reeve's catalog the other day when I went to his shop. Your drawings in the Sebenza folder are outstanding.
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Old 02-26-2004, 19:38   #9
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Thanks, Chris told me they had to be good. Bill
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