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    Is everything going OK with the work on handles/finishing/etc.? Does anybody need anything?
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    I have zee package! Excellent work, I will try and find a few hours this week to start.

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    These three are done. Please let me know where to send them.

    Handles are black paper micarta and bocote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    Thanks everyone for doing this, You guys are awesome. Now who wants to make me some sayas.lol Got no more money and nothing else to give away. counted all the knives I originally traded for sayas and rehandle work and it comes out to 11 sayas and 2 rehandles. If anyone is interested I would be most appreciative if not I understand, I'll just old school them (cardboard and electrical tape.lol Maybe I can find some really big mouse traps.
    Son, shoot me a pm, I'd do a saya or two for you.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    These three are done. Please let me know where to send them.

    Handles are black paper micarta and bocote.

    Hoss
    nice!
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    Oh snap!! Big Hoss back to work!!!!
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    Wow those look great Hoss, love your black paper micarta ferrules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    These three are done. Please let me know where to send them.

    Handles are black paper micarta and bocote.

    Hoss
    Those look excellent Hoss!

    Not sure how to start assigning knives to particular recipients. I'll just start at the top of the spreadsheet and work down from there I guess. that means these three would go to:

    Iceman91
    Justin0505
    WildBoar

    I don't have anything in my notes about special materials for the blade for you and you are at the top of the list.

    Also: do you want your Sayas pre-drilled for pins? or would you rather do that yourself?

    I'll send PM's to make sure everyone sees this.
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    Those look amazing -- it's a sexy little knife. Almost makes me wish I hadn't given mine up, but it will definitely make a person very pleased.

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    Lucky people who got screwed over and ended up with a DT!!!!
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