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    Show your newest HANDY WORK!

    Not really anywhere to post pics of amateur handy work, sooo.......

    Hoping to achieve Magnus's "newest knife" thread popularity, lol!!!

    Please, join in! WIP's, pics, whatever...
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    A couple of Carters with Snakewood sandwich sayas

    A vintage 10" Forgecraft with stabilized black ash burl, black spacer, shamrock mosaic pins
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    This was for me by a fellow forum member; greasedbullet.

    He's been making some interesting stuff; hopefully he'll share a pic or two....

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    It's a little 1095 carbon necker with kydex sheath; single beveled...pretty sweet!
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    Bevels on the wrong side of that necker , but it does look pretty cool, very ninja! I am still waiting on two blades from Peter's Heat Treating before I can update my WIP thread.
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    Pics

    Somehow, when the thread got moved, the pics were deactivated, so...

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    Due to the new subforum rules, I won't post pics of the neck knife, as it's not kitchen knife related...sorry.

    Thanks for the new subforum, guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Bevels on the wrong side of that necker , but it does look pretty cool, very ninja! I am still waiting on two blades from Peter's Heat Treating before I can update my WIP thread.
    No Chop is left handed so I made it lefty friendly. Thanks for the compliments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    Due to the new subforum rules
    This is why I will not be sharing pics for the time being. I have been told not to. I will be sharing in the future I promise. This is probably going to be my new favorite subforum.

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    Some more work...

    A few more sayas and a rehandle on a vintage Sabatier oyster knife...

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    great work. and really cool oyster knife!
    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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    Love the saya on the little parer...nice lines.
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