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    I am sneaking this thread in (I'm beyond busy today), but I wanted to say congrats on the new knife. For me, Misono does it right! Sexy little blade, man!
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    thanks lefty!

    my first lefty knife but hopefully will be one of many

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    some updated patina pix, this time with my digicam so it's a lot clearer. I know there aint much but it's patina i made on my first lefty knife. lol.











    the pictures are odd, maybe it was the light, i see patina i see was on the bluish hue and not this rusty looking color.

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    after looking at the knife a little further today i found out that the handle scales near the bolster had tiny hairline gaps on it which was disconcerting. I'll just plug that up with beeswax. top and bottom part of the scales no less.




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    Maybe CA glue would fill the gaps nicely?
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    pardon my ignorance but what is CA glue? thanks

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    Nice Misono, I have one of those in the right-hand version, great little knife.

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    CA is super glue
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    thanks glasseye and spike.

    ohhh superglue. i see. good idea then i'll just sand off whatever's left and smoothen it out.

    thanks!

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