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    So...trying to finalize a handle shape and wood selection...any suggestions? i have lots of beautiful stuff...my problem is i have so much that i pull out fifteen pieces, go over them, decide i want to use the all on other stuff when i am better and never end up using those blocks .i have some super nice Koa i have been thinking about...sound good? other ideas?

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    Koa and musk ox horn would look nice!

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    Redwood burl.

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    I think you should slap one of those old 70's era rubbery bike handlebar grips with the tassels on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    I think you should slap one of those old 70's era rubbery bike handlebar grips with the tassels on it
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    HAHAHAHAHAHA DONE!!! Now if i can only find those awesome plastic tassles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Well played Johhny, well played indeed...
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    Now THAT is frickin hilarious!

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    That grind is NUTS!

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    Ok with the winter absolutely sucking here( 32+ inches of snow and temps down into the -60's for the last few days) i finally turned my salamander on and sorta thawed out my shop. I have been staying at work until 1-2 am daily and that makes for very limited time in the shop lol. But....i did manage to get this far.




    Going to try to get this one all finished up today...It is not glued up right now and need a few more polish sessions, but it is getting there!!!

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