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I like it. I don't read a lot of knife publications but a while back I saw one, not as nice as yours, and thought cool, that's different. I really like the horn it's a nice touch. Jim

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Beautiful shape, and materials...

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  • 4 months later...

Been out of the knife game for nearly a year now but finished this up last weekend and thought I would share. Hitachi suminagashi steel, walnut and horn. A very fine grained steel that takes a nice edge.

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Where did you get the Hitachi suminagashi ????? Hard steel to find at least on Vancouver Island and everywhere else I have checked.

nice knife too, looks FAST!!!

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Where did you get the Hitachi suminagashi ????? Hard steel to find at least on Vancouver Island and everywhere else I have checked.

nice knife too, looks FAST!!!

the only place I know is dick tools in germany, shame no one in the states is importing it.

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Welcome back! And with a flourish! Fine looking knife.

Troy Allen Christianson is NOT a "Licensed Bladesmith" so you may treat his posts with the contempt they deserve.

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welcome back... and nice knife. good traditional shape, cool steel.

keep em coming if you are able...

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