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Grey Maple Damascus Hunter


Beau Erwin
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Grey Maple Damascus Hunter

 

Blade : 1080/15N20 ~128 Layers - Random Pattern - 6 1/8"

Guard : 416 Stainless

Handle : Maple Stabilized and Grey Dyed by Woodlab - 5 3/4"

Overall : 11 7/8"

 

Well here is the last one I've finished up. Nice that it's starting to cool off more during the day, perhaps I'll make it out to the shop more. Anyway, this one was finished up right before the Oklahoma Custom Knife show so I'd have something new on the table. Had a few pieces of maple dyed by woodlab to try out and play with and I used one of the grey ones on this one. Was quite pleased with the end product.

 

 

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For additional pictures, hop over to my website, I've got a bunch of it there and figured linking would be easier than posting.

 

http://www.erwinknives.com/galleryhtmls/huntutil/greymapledamas01.html

Beau Erwin

www.ErwinKnives.com

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I'd etched one of the others a bit more heavily, and only etched this one twice, kinda liked the look so left it.

 

Alan, I have improved lots since I started. Just try to keep getting better.

Even thinking back on some of the earlier ones, yeah there's a definite improvement.

 

Thanks for the comments.

Beau Erwin

www.ErwinKnives.com

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Nice lines. Very clean.

 

Good looking blade too.

 

Well done!

 

--Dave

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Beautiful lines on that one Beau, very pretty steel too.

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