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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    The top ones are the new design and the very bottom one is the original design.
    Both knives work very well, but the new design is a bit longer and narrower.
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    Thanks Del, and Kyle for the clarification

    I have the old style in stainless Damascus but chipped the heel one day. so when I fixed it, it looks more like the new style. of course not as long

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomsch View Post
    What wood combination is on #29 in the picture? I love that look!

    That's African blackwood and black ash

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    I also have a lot of cocobolo for handles as well
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    Del, put me down for ironwood, unless your cocobolo is particularly stunning....
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    Hi Del,

    If possible, I am going for the curly mango

    Vangelis

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    Since everyone is responding in thread....new style in AEBL, any interesting burl for handle.

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    I'm probably an idiot, but I'm in. PM sent.

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    I'm in for an AEB-L (new style) and I'll try the mango. PayPal sent.

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    In for a new style done in AEBL with black ash handle. Funds sent, thanks.

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    here are some pics of handle I have done on the parers.
    Ironwood is the first one, some koa on the second
    Redwood on the third
    and some black ash on the last
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