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    I think you'll like working with the bakelite. I've just started using some in my handles and it's real easy to work with, just don't overheat it.

    Be well,
    Mikey
    Available handles- http://s64.photobucket.com/user/mkri...able%20handles

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    Nice Handle, looks great on that knife!

    Glen

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    Thanks everyone!
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    Looks amazing Mike
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    really great work in this thread! keep it up!

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    Wa conversions and kiritsuke tips for Cheflarge. Before and After

    I did wa conversions on a myabi and a Lauderhung 14" chaf's knife. I removed the bolsters, kiritsuked the tips and did the wa handles.

    The Myabi is in cocobolo and the Lauderhung is in ironwood. Both have micarta ferrules.


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    that lauderhung is HUGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoqaVin View Post
    that lauderhung is HUGE!
    Yeah. Its ridiculous. Talk about a prep killer.
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    I am digging the handles by the way nice job! I always appreciate something that is out of the norm with the cool looking micarta ferrules

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    Thanks. And here I was thinking that these were pretty close to the traditional 2 piece handle.
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