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The newest puukko: Blade is 100 mm x 20mm , peened nickel silver front bolster and polished rear end cap with cocobolo and ebony handle with boiled linseed oil finish. The blade has a 2mm bevel on each side of the 2mm spine. The blade was polished to 800x then gray Scotch Brite finish.

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Lovely clean work John.

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Another excellent  job  !!....................B)

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Very nice job.  Maybe I'll try my hand at a puukko when I get set back up in the forge.

 

Doug

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HELP...I'm a twenty year old trapped in the body of an old man!!!

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Thank you Wes, Zeb and Doug.  I'm working on two more knives; one is a puukko and the other is what I call a small flat grind chore knife. 

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that is really clean work. I like it. Love that style of knife.

 

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