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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    I want that cleaver!!! Any more specs on her?
    It is long gone but the owner is a member here and he may have the specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    I want that cleaver!!! Any more specs on her?
    337 grams, 94 mm tall, 210 mm on edge

    2.27 mm above heel
    1.4 mm above tip

    Takes a lickin and keeps on ticking. This knife got used and abused hard over the past 1.5 years and kept on comming back for more.

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    Here is a Damascus petty in redwood burl and 416 stainless pins and bolsters, and tapered tang.



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    Here is a little Every Day Carry that I like to make


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    Those are suuuper slick John.

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    Here are a pair of gyuto's forged tang to tang from a single bar. There was really no specific point of doing this, but it was fun.


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    http://youtu.be/Pbyq-MKghQ8

    I re polished the blade and applied a mustard patina:




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    Quote Originally Posted by JMJones View Post
    Here are a pair of gyuto's forged tang to tang from a single bar. There was really no specific point of doing this, but it was fun.

    that's pretty neat!

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    Here is one that I finished recently that was a commission from a very good friend to be given as a gift. I usually do metal bolsters but wanted to try one without and this seemed like as good a time as any.






    I have yet to measure the dimensions or weight the knife.

    Thanks for looking,

    John

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    Steel is a mosaic w's pattern made using the "ferry flip". Randy JR talked me through the process several months ago and I finally finished one of the two blades I got from that billet.
    weight 212 grams
    height at heel 48mm
    blade length 241mm
    thickness at spine 2.14mm
    mid 1.9mm
    1 cm from tip 1.2mm






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