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    Forgecraft Zombie Slayer project....

    reground and repolished
    green dyed stabilized curly mango via Burl Source
    neon green g10 spacers
    1/4" copper/ss mosaics

    saya project to come...been real busy; tis the season, ho ho hum!

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    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Love that matching patina.
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    real nice.
    well thought out choice of wood and color against the texture of the blade. that fun forgecraft pattern does deserve to be accentuated.
    bold, simple, different. this looks great!

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    You nailed this.

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    siiiiick! I really want to rehandle my forgie but I'm frightened that I will mess it up(never done a rehandle before )

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    Beauty!!!

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    yes.

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    Looks amazing, Chris!

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    Aesthetically & functionally perfect!
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    Tattered Zombie Saya

    This is Honduran Rosewood with NEON GREEN ACRYLIC spacer!!!

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    I will be ready to cut some serious mirepoix in the event of an Apocalypse!!!!
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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