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  1. Well I've finally finished the Rebar blade I've been working on. I'm not exactly sure which design I when't with. If you can tell me what kind of blade I made please do. I just made what came naturally to me. (I haven't cleaned the oil off yet or sharpened)
  2. Done and done. Reclaimed steel from a coil spring hardened, tempered and sharpened (does pop some hair but could be sharper). Pink lady wood handle with deer antler inlay. Balances exactly on the index finger right behind the forward brass pin. Hand sanded and polished to 600 grit, which as you can see leaves a nice reflective surface. Perfect for a kitchen with some “Medieval” or “Old World” flair. It is one of the knives I will be selling at the Battle of Charleston this upcoming weekend. If it doesn’t sell there it will go straight to my Etsy shop. Overall length: 10.5" Blade length: 5.5" cutting Blade thickness: .125" (where handle and blade meet, tapering to the point) Handle: 5"
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