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    perfect

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    Looks good to me too, great to see the first sketches/designs.

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    Profile is just fine. I'm sure you have an idea of thickness measurements along the blade. How then do we go at the tip?

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    How tall is it at the heel? Little extra height here would be nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    I like the looks of that very much.
    +1

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    Once we figure that we are ADC ( awful damn close) I will crank out a rendering with dimensions.

    Here are the specs on my rendition...

    50mm high at the heel

    250mm cutting edge

    2.5mm spine at the bolster

    1.5mm mid spine

    .8mm 1 inch from the tip, give or take of course...


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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Once we figure that we are ADC ( awful damn close) I will crank out a rendering with dimensions.

    Here are the specs on my rendition...

    50mm high at the heel

    250mm cutting edge

    2.5mm spine at the bolster

    1.5mm mid spine

    .8mm 1 inch from the tip, give or take of course...
    awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Here's what we have so far. We're thinking O1 (and maybe a stainless like AEB-L if we can), hardened to Pierre's specs, to 61-62hrc. The handle design is coming, so you never know. We might be able to do a mix of western and wa.

    Here's the initial drawing. This is a starting point, and way to get the ideas flowing. You can see it's a Sab, with a cool topline, dropped tip and tightened choil (compared to Pierre's). Let me know what you think.

    Thanks, guys!

    Looks somewhat familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Fed View Post
    I always loved the profile of the sab on the bottom. Nice flat spot without too much belly in the tip.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Here's what we have so far. We're thinking O1 (and maybe a stainless like AEB-L if we can), hardened to Pierre's specs, to 61-62hrc. The handle design is coming, so you never know. We might be able to do a mix of western and wa.

    Here's the initial drawing. This is a starting point, and way to get the ideas flowing. You can see it's a Sab, with a cool topline, dropped tip and tightened choil (compared to Pierre's). Let me know what you think.

    Thanks, guys!

    To me, it's getting there, but still not "#3 enough". I'd like to see a bit longer flat section near the tip...

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    Sounds great. Not to thick ,not too thin. Good height and taper. You're not wasting any time Pierre.

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