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Martin Beachnut Burl and San Mai Folder


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416 over 1095 blade, stainless filler bar and bolsters. Stabilized Beachnut Burl scales, titanium liners and pocket clip. Thanks for taking a look,

 

 

 

Peter

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Love it!

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Just wow. Love the San Mai, hard to do anytime, let alone in a folder!

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Perfect line on both sides - hard to do. Have tried a few time and still haven't got it right.

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Sweetness!

Check out Walter's instructional videos:

Forging Japanese Style Blades

Making Hamons

Japanese Sword Mounting

Polishing

Making Japanese Sword Fittings

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Great work as always, Peter. Cool choice with the san mai. The precision folder design with the san mai adds a nice contrast.

 

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