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    Quote Originally Posted by ejd53 View Post
    Hi Marko,

    Could you please switch mine from the 150 to the 135 as I would prefer a multitasker. Thank you, and I will be in touch with a couple of questions about Saya making.
    Done!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Done!
    Heat treating this weekend. Hopefully will get all blanks heat treated. Will post some pics once get this going.

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    Back from vacation! How are these fitting into the plan? Glad to see you back and excited to see more.

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    I have a quick request, Marko. Could you make the handle on mine (135 mm) cocobolo, as I already have some that I can use to make a matching saya.
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    Starting to work on these. First one is Rick's. Picks as soon as the knife is completed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Starting to work on these. First one is Rick's. Picks as soon as the knife is completed.

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    Wait, is that me or Pensacola?
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    Yours is the hardest, so it got to be PenTig.

    This one just to test run the process, after that, things should run smoothly.


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    Uggghhh why do I have to be so difficult??!
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    What is so difficult with Rick's vs. the others? If I may ask?

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    Rick's honesuki is in DT mystery carbon. I find it very difficult to bring this steel to same finish as my 52100. Hand-polising this steel with automotive sandpaper is pretty futile.


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