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    Looks great!

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    Some Clearer pics of the pins.
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    Awesome. Great job on the handle. And I love the burl choice. I scored a couple sets of this stuff and have not tried any of it yet. Thanks for sharing. Devin is right. Theres no known cure for the addiction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Thanks Hoss!!

    Oh I almost forgot, I recorded the whole process so I can edit the footage for a video tutorial of sorts.
    Cannot wait to watch this. I can imagine it feels great to do it yourself.

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    Great job and beautiful burl...I think I need some Elm Burl!
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    Nice job Theory, maybe I missed it but what are you using to shape the handle?
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    wow that's a stunner. bet it will look even better when its cutting up dead animals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Nice job Theory, maybe I missed it but what are you using to shape the handle?
    Harbor Freight 1x30 for rough shaping then 400 grit to 12000 by hand.
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    Very nice!

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    Cool, as I posted on your FB thread. Never had any elm burl like that, great piece of wood and a nice knife!

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