Traditional Styled Cutlery Hand Forged In
High Carbon Steels And Pattern Welded Damascus
Charles F. Ochs III, Master Bladesmith, ABS
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The first knife finished by one of the troops. The maker stamped it OIF III for his third deployment to Iraq.
Knife made by the senior chaplain.
Knife made by the chaplain's assistant.
A nice bowie by the battalion motor pool chief, displyed over a WWII Colt .45 I found floating around in country.
The young staff sergeant who made these knives was very talented and took his everyday job very seriously. Displayed over my issue MP-5.
Not bad for a first try by a soldier whose day job was commo support.
A soldier forging his first blade under Charles Ochs supervision.
Charles Ochs at another palace site which was bombed on the first day of the war. Notice the air vents for the underground torture dungeons.
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