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Old 04-20-2013, 11:32 PM   #1
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Here is one I just finished in Lace Maple burl. First time using this wood.



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Old 04-21-2013, 12:13 AM   #2
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Nice work what that blade going to cost?



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Here is one I just finished in Lace Maple burl. First time using this wood.
Very nice. If you want you can send me the knife and I will give it a review and keep it for my services? Think about it.
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lol very good. I can tell you that these are all I use and they work beautifully. I bought a few pieces of lace maple burl that had been stabilized and the grain patterns are really something.

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Beautiful knife. I think I see a hamon on the blade. Is that edge hardened?
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Is it wrong to be aroused by a beautiful knife?

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yep it's a hamon. It was clay quenched. I don't polish them out much but I do etch the blade. Gives it that old timey look

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I do like that Lace Maple burl and wonder what you might think about using Birdseye Maple on one.
It would look good with the BM grips on my Sig P938.

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need to find the right piece of birdseye

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yep it's a hamon. It was clay quenched. I don't polish them out much but I do etch the blade. Gives it that old timey look
Yep I see that. Great work!


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