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    Senior Member labor of love's Avatar
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    sheesh, either handle design in the first photo easily surpasses my expectations, ofcourse with lower cost materials.

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    Oooh forgot to mention coke bottle. Also, I don't care if it doesn't have an integral bolster, it can be peenned on or even just a different material a la Del/Dave. I'm flexible with whatever works best for the community.
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    I would vote for a coke bottle shape in some natural New England wood--cherry might be very nice. Bolster preferred but not necessary.

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    so the "coke bottle" handle is the bottom pic of the ginga? i really like the handle in the top pic on the right, what knife is that? im guessing the knife on the left in the top pic is a martell handle.

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    I really really like the Ginga (it is a Ginga, correct?). The old-timey pins are great, and the shape is simple and elegant. Something like that would look incredible, in my opinion. I don't know if I'm for the super plain wood idea, though. I'd sooner have something with a bit of excitement...I'm not talking spalted mango or anything, but cherry is awfully vanilla, even for this project.
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    Whats a Ginga, and which is the coke bottle? I like the multiple pins on the micarta handle....


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    I'm talking about the Micarta, and very possibly out my ass.
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    Personally I'm not a fan of the multiple small pins. I prefer the classic 3 pin look.
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  9. #219
    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    ...I'm not talking spalted mango or anything, but cherry is awfully vanilla, even for this project.




    How about 3 pins in a coke bottle shape made of Wenge--reasonable priced and well figured.
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    that version of coke bottle handle is more subtle and more preferable (at least by myself) than what's on the hattori FH. not that hattori FH handles aren't great, coz as i've read on many other threads that they are. i just don't prefer them.

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    How about 3 pins in a coke bottle shape made of Wenge--reasonable priced and well figured.
    i like this, or even the old timey pins.

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