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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    Here's an example of my basic saya, which is $55, plus shipping. As you can see, I strive to match the design and feel of the knife, rather than just cover the blade with slabs of wood. I actually remembered to take some pics of this one that I just finished up, so here it is.







    I'm currently at my max for saya orders, but once room opens up, I'll let you all know. However, you can always reserve a spot, if you feel like it.

    Thanks for the support and any comments!
    09/06

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    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Nice work Tom! Well done indeed!


    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
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    It's only a matter of time till we see Mclean custom knives out there

    Looks fantastic, by the way. The shaping is really nice!

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    Here's one I just finished up for my Marr petty, just for the heck of it. Friction fit, plain finish. I might add a pin (there's room), because it gets used and sharpened a lot.



    I've decided my price on plain sayas, like this is now going to be $50, plus shipping. Anyone who was given the old price,will now be honored at $50.

    Thanks again
    09/06

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    nice looking work!

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    This is isn't done, but what knife is this for?



    This White Oak is beautiful stuff! Talk about funky chatoyance....
    09/06

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    This is isn't done, but what knife is this for?
    10" ZKramer.

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    You know it! Beautiful knife, but the slightly wider than 1/8" spine thickness and wicked distal taper made this one tough to fit. I ended up filing the inside of the saya out a bit, on top of matching the profile for a crazy fit!
    09/06

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    Just finished this baby up! It's friction fit white oak, with a bamboo pin for added security (it doesn't need it, but why not?)





    Thanks for looking, and comments/critiques more than welcome.
    09/06

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    hows the line looking for these ?

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