Here is a picture (poor, unfortunately) of a knife "Embellished" by Mr. Carson.....
It was a bone handled stockman, made for Jim Sargent (by Colonel Coon?)....Carson then added 2 blades, and replaced the scales (in Oupa-like fashion
) with very nice MOP scales. He did polish the liners and signed/stamped his name inside.
It is not a Fighting Bull, but it is an example of his work. I got it from Houston Price, and it is quite nice work.
What I believe he does/did with the Fighting Bull line, is like the Colonel Coon knives were done. Sources good parts from Queen, Camillus, others.....then hand fits and finishes the knives to his satisfaction. He is not listed in Price's Guide or Levine's Guide as a custom maker, nor is the brand listed. Maybe he is/was only an embellisher of knives?
He also wrote some articles for KnifeWorld in the late 1970s, as well.
I don't see them very often....Dirk's find looks like a great example. Wish I owned that one as well.