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    Not familiar with that steel but looks like a well made knife. Like him or not carter makes some of the best cutters so if its comparable to that I'm interested.

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    Nice review, and really nice lookin knife. Any idea as to when you'll have these for sale?
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    Nice review Tom. Curious as to what recycled materials were used here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    Nice review Tom. Curious as to what recycled materials were used here?
    L6 I would say saw blades
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    Would be my guess as well. L6 is a tough steel, very on par with O-1. In O-1/L6 damascus, the L6 is what is shiny, as it resists the etch far better than O-1. As far as toughness, L6 is quite a bit tougher than O-1. Great looking knife, agreed though Tom, touch more choil, and a little more belly, but those are preference things mostly. Good job Luke.

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    Sorry, I missed this one. The L6 is from his bandsaw blades, and the wood was salvaged from a pirate ship...I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Looks like a well made knife, although I see myself breaking about 6mm off that tip on day one. (but I do that to most knives)
    Oh you're one of those guys too?

    BTW, Nice looking knife.
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    Hmmm... When things warm up might need to hop on the Guzzi and take a ride over to Athens.

    Looks great!!

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    If you do, I'm jealous! Luke is an awesome guy who has helped me a lot with some little smithy stuff. He knows a thing or two.
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    I think the profile looks great. The handle is aesthetically pleasant, but I too, like more machi. The handle seems a tad squarish, no?
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