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    First attempt on octagon handle

    Found an old skinner blade i bought some 15 years ago, it was quite beaten up and in bad shape, a nice piece to try a octagon handle. Its birch and pocenholts. I realize its not a kitchen knife per say but its practice for later attempts on kitchen knife making




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    Thats one helluva nice first attempt, very good work

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    I like that kind of Oct on the small knives, big hands and small handles tend to raise issues

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    I think it's really neat looking. Not to threatening, would make a good choice for an edc grip, IMO.

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    Nice job. I hope my first attempt is half as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    would make a good choice for an edc grip, IMO.
    Im note sure what edc is, could you please enlighten me

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    Every Day Carry. Your companion tool of choice, because God didn't give you claws.

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    Ah thanks, and thanks for the nice feedback.
    BTW, my whife has claws and im prety sure it wasnt God who gave her those...

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