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I always feel a bit sheepish standing in the shadows of so many giants, but I'll leave this one here. It's a sawzall blade made by stock removal. The handle is cherry with a copper spacer and white tail deer antler bolster. Now it's sitting in my mom's kitchen and she uses it for veggies. I cut my lamb for Easter with it just fine.

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Tim

 

Keep this in mind, all us giants started out as sheepish first timers like you, and in a few years your skill set will be so much better. And you will be making knives in your sleep, so your knife is fine and as long as your mom likes and uses it that is all the matters.

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That's pretty darn cool! I made one for my mom to open cat food sacks with. :) That kind of history makes it more valuable than most of the knives you'll make from here on.

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Looks comfy in the hand, solid and functional, three boxes that many knives from newer makers leave unchecked, so nice one!

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