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Large chopper with micarta

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Blade is san mai 80crv2 and mild steel - micarta handle with stainless corbybolts - sheath has stainless fittings too. 

Blade made in 2011 ....one of the first large ones I made. Did not want to finish it at first due to a few small welding flaws ...but decided to anyway. 

 

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Everything looks top notch. I really like your color choices on the handle. Did you make the tooling to flare the tube? It's a nice touch.

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I really like this one!

The handle looks awesome.

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On 2/7/2019 at 8:39 PM, MichaelP said:

Everything looks top notch. I really like your color choices on the handle. Did you make the tooling to flare the tube? It's a nice touch.

I actually use different sized ballbearing balls to flare the tube - they are smooth and do not scratch the tube 

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Such a simple thing, but a really good idea. Now i gotta find my balls i dropped.

Tom

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