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Thread: 250 sanmai with plum red ferrule and end cap

  1. #21
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    Beautiful knife. Hope that the doctor has good news for you!

  2. #22
    Thanks everyone, I originally posted that I was going in on Thursday, but the appointment was today because of Independence Day.

    The doc says that I can start working a little now but that it will still be three months or so before I'm fully healed.

    Hoss

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    Great news! Keep it light, healing first!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    That's easily the nicest curly maple handle I've seen. I hate curly maple! But I'd buy that one in a heartbeat.

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    I just looked at it again and I really like the color of the micarta. Reminds me of bloodwood but probably nicer to work with.

    Stefan

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    My wife loved those red accents. She used to have a car in the same color, brought back some memories.

    I think as reds go, this is the nicest (coming from somebody who never used colors on his handles). Love the maple, one of my favorite woods.

    San mai looks great (should go without saying)

    M


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    Twin sister.

    Dark brown paper mircarta with woolly mammoth spacers and blood wood handle.

    Hoss
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  8. #28
    That's awesome Hoss!
    Huw
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    That is purdy! Is this core steel a carbon, or stainless?

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    It is a tool steel with some alloy, one we are trying out. It will patina.

    Hoss

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