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Old 08-19-2013, 06:25 PM   #501
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Thank you. Here are some close ups
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I have that style of blade on one of my Gerber multi tools, and it so easy to sharpen and maintain.
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Griffin, trying to send you a pm, but your pms are full.
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Ok ill empty them from my home PC today. Thank you
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No problem.
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Today's project. A hand forged blade from a 200 year old peace of sawmill steel.
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Before hand sanding

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After hand sanding to 2000
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You are bad ass!!! I wish i had the same skills and tools as you! Where did you learn that?!
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I watched YouTube a lot. And go to knife makers meetings. If you find someone who makes nice knives ask lots of questions most knife makers are eager to share what they know.

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These at my tools everything else Is done by hand.
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Lots of hand sanding to go on the handle and then put the final edge on it.

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Lots of hand sanding to go on the handle and then put the final edge on it.

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Griffin, again you have turned out another nice looking knife!

the design on that one is a bit unique too. very good job sir!
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