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  1. Hi All, How about something a little different today. How about a Kriss dagger or boot knife this one is made from .125 inch 1095 and hardened to about a Rockwell 59. The blade is 5.5 inches long with a mirror finish and the handle another 5 inches overall a little over 10.5 in total. 7/8 inches wide at it’s widest. The handle is made from Grapefruit wood and has not been stained this is its natural color. The wood has a gloss finish on it that I cant seem to photograph. It comes from one of my trees that came down in a hurricane 9 years ago. Three 3/16th brass pins finish it. The edge on this is convex so it’s not as sharp as my palm knives, which always have a hollow grind to them but its sharp enough. Just don’t try to shave with it. This one does not come with a sheath it needs leather and I only work in Kydex. If you would like to see more of my work visit Mongrelknives on Facebook. Price shipped to the lower 48 is $85.00 Thanks for looking, Ken
  2. Hi All, Tried something different this week, a Kriss, pushing my own envelope again, Hope you like this one as much as I do. I really don’t know how many more of these I am going to make. It was a bitch to make this. This one comes without a sheath it needs leather and I only work in Kydex. If I molded Kydex to fit this you would never be able to pull it out. Here are the specifics: Steel: Aldo’s 3/16ths 1095 (actually it’s a little thicker) Rockwell hardness: 58-59 Overall length: 6 inches Height: At the handle about 2 inches the wave at the widest is about 1.5 inches Length of blade: From the tip to the scales 5 inches Scales: Black Walnut fastened with two 1/8 inch brass pins Finish: Mirror Price: $85.00 shipped to the lower 48 and worth every penny. Like I said it’s a bitch to make this. I don’t believe I have ever seen another one like it. Comments as always are welcome. Thanks for looking, Ken
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