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larsjacobsen

San mai kitchen knife

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Finished this yesterday ....Blade is 420 stainless and O1 laminate. Handle is brown canvas micarta and stainless corby bolts. Got to use my new stamp for the leather sheath and it turned out pretty nice ...,..

 

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I really like this one Lars. You managed to keep the laminate nicely centred. I also like the way the brut compliments the edge and that tooling looks crisp and straight. Overall nicely done.

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How do you get the O-1 to turn black? Does it take a lil swim in ferric? 

Looks great!

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That's a cool looking blade and sheath 

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I like it, beautiful and functional blade and the handle looks comfy.

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I really need to get my welder up so I can do stainless and carbon san mai, They contrast so much better then a 15n20 outer on carbon steel core. 

great looking knife man... 

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On 3/4/2019 at 12:55 AM, Conner Michaux said:

How do you get the O-1 to turn black? Does it take a lil swim in ferric? 

Looks great!

Yes ....a litte swim in dilluted ferric...

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