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    knife rack for dry box. wip

    so I bought a dry box and decided to make a knife rack to put in it its only semi finished im going to make a bigger one for the bottom level. I haven't even received the box yet so I cant post finished pics. but ill let you guys look at my work its kind of embarrising I did it basicly all by eye accept the blanks and I sanded and cut everything with just a hacksaw and some sandpaper I also used a few rasps and a powerdrill. this is my first real woodwork project and its far from perfect but I like it. to me It feels special just because I created it.
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    I took way more photos but they were **** quality and the last set of photos was taken with a better camera I just took quick pics on my phone for the other ones.

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    That handle sets it off perfectly!
    I don't believe this is your first woodworking project.. it looks sturdy and strong, unlike anything i ever make when woodworking...

    So whats on the cards next?

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    Thats pretty neat man, BTW who is that Nakiri made by?
    Amat Victoria Curam Fortune favors the prepared.
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    its a kaiden damascus blue 2 usuba blade and ebony and buffalo horn ferrule. its from chefs armoury

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    Wow man, its beautiful *drooling*
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    here is my drybox almost finshed just need to wait until the magblok sets. then I can post some pictures with it full off knives.

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    Alternating the knife handle /blades is a neat idea. I might of made it to fit one of those metal cases where you can handcuff if to your wrist for security.

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