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Alright, so from the same billet as my last knife - here is another one. ;)

Blade in folded and twisted railroad steel, in a san-mai lamination with Øberg-steel for the core.

Handle in stabilized Maple, with spacers in brass and vulcanized fiber - with copper for the front.

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All feedback and critisism is, as always - most welcome. ;)

 

Chiao!

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Awesome!!!! The way you make your handles is incredible!!!

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1 hour ago, Jeremy Blohm said:

Awesome!!!! The way you make your handles is incredible!!!

Thank you! :)

It's all in the wrist... :lol:

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I agree! The blade is super clean but that handle is really something! Your work is instantly recognizable.

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That is a truly beautiful piece of work. How are you doing the sculpting? What tools do you use to get those lines/grooves?

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The blade is great and I like the carving on the handle too.  I just wish that I was able to handle the knife to see how well it fit the hand.

Doug

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Good stuff  !!...........B)

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On ‎2‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 2:53 PM, Joël Mercier said:

I agree! The blade is super clean but that handle is really something! Your work is instantly recognizable.

Haha, thanks! I feel as if I've finally found a style for myself... Funny how that happens over time. :) 

21 hours ago, Scott Davenport said:

That is a truly beautiful piece of work. How are you doing the sculpting? What tools do you use to get those lines/grooves?

Thanks man! I sculpt using files. Big ones, and then later needle-files. Then various degrees of sand paper.

14 hours ago, Doug Lester said:

The blade is great and I like the carving on the handle too.  I just wish that I was able to handle the knife to see how well it fit the hand.

Doug

Thanks Doug. :)

13 hours ago, Clifford Brewer said:

Good stuff  !!...........B)

thanks. :)

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