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Terry Barkes
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  • Edinburgh, IN
  • United States
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Knifemaker, Terry Barkes

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When I leave this world would like to be known for the person who made knives from start to finish.
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Yes
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
Yes
How long have you collected knives?
31 to 35 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Doctor Knives, Trappers, Barkes Knives
Website
http://my.hsonline.net/wizard
About Me
Designing knives of my own. Working with various kinds of steel, Songwriting, Composing my own music as in Country/Bluegrass. Graphics Designer for Website's, Oil Painting.
Interests
Jesus, Family, Knives, Music, Friends. Oil Painting
Other Hobbies
Harley-Davidson's motorcycles, Barbecues, Woodworking,
Thanks to all my knife friends out here. As you all know I injured my left hand and took time off from making the knives. I have been able to paint in oil. It was a good time to start this project. So, be patient with me while my hand heals up. Thanks goes out to Scott for all the help he gives to the community. God bless and thanks for being a knife buddy.

Terry

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At 13:20 on April 11, 2010, Tim Noble said…
You too. Have a great day. Love your knives.
 
 
 

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