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    Dojo small fruit rehandle and matching saya

    So this handle is a wa/ hidden tang hybrid?

    It's lacewood with a redheart ferrule and butt cap, red and white fiber spacers, a split bloodwood spacer and a mosaic pin.

    The saya is also lacewood with a bloodwood spacer.

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    I did this with my 1x30 HF belt sander. My next project will be with a new Kalamazoo belt and a new 12" disc...so my game should be up!
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    Nice work man. It pops!
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    Really like the way this turned out

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    Good Job. I like it.
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    Hell yeah

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    Wow! spacers and pin make it stand out, so easy to look at. Hows it feel in the hand?

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