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    Oh, my gosh. Make some more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    Awesome etch. The 2ndary shadows you get above the cladding line on your knives are more dramatic than any others Ive seen.
    Can you explain what causes this without giving away too many secrets? Is it just the thinness of the cladding?
    Hi Justin, I am not positive but I think it is in the initial forging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77kath View Post
    Oh, my gosh. Make some more!
    77 There will be more!!!!!

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    the transition from soft to hard steel is ridiculously cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jklip13 View Post
    the transition from soft to hard steel is ridiculously cool!
    Thanks man.

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    My lord. That is perfection. Keep it up!

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    That looks incredible!

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    Dear Lord, how have I NOT seen this before? That is stunning!

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    Thank you guys for the compliments. I plan on having one or two of these at blades show for anyone interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burke View Post
    Thank you guys for the compliments. I plan on having one or two of these at blades show for anyone interested.
    I'm interested. PM sent.

    Thanks...

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