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    I want 10
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    Hahahahahahaha! Deal!
    Stuck in side for a while( another damn appointment with the oral surgeon) so i have been tinkering with sanding.



    This will be like a mirror when i am done!

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    Holy crap that's a beast!
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    It sure is a beast. No work on it tonight, i am medicated and going to sleep...funny thing, i am on norco's, they keep me going crazy for 2 days...then i crash real hard lol.

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    I have my engraving stuff out, carving the hell out of a scimitar. Figured it would be fun to do this...wanted to as soon as i started doing single bevels.





    Guess it is time to get cracking on a saya Whatcha guys think?

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    Oh, and for clarification, the handle is not glued on, that is why you see gaps. It is hammer fit, and when i fill'er up with epoxy, it will be hammered into place all nice and tight like

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    Well, I sure like it. Thank you very much, Mike. It's beautiful.
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    That is amazing, really nice work! I've never seen a deba that thick before

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejd53 View Post
    Well, I sure like it. Thank you very much, Mike. It's beautiful.
    That was the hope lol. I am forging out some saya chisels, and will mill it out mostly, then use the chisels. Have some cool plans for the saya as well

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