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My last job and first attempt at making a hamon


C.j. Santos
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Hello everyone, I show you the last thing I have done, an order from a friend to use on their trips to the mountain.  It is 1095 steel about 9.5 inches (24 cm) long, 5 inches blade (12.5 cm), and 1.5 inches wide (4 cm) with a spine thickness of 0.2 inches (5  mm), with an edge hardness of approximately 57/58 RHC.
 The grips are made of black G10 with red spacers and the sheath is kydex lined with leather.
 It is my first attempt to do a differential / hamon quenching.
 Greetings to all

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Pretty cool. Kydex looks so much better when you can’t see it. :D

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