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    Quote Originally Posted by Haburn View Post
    Ground and hand sanded before it got handled. I should have some finished pics tomorrow. Weight was 139 grams (according my food scale).
    Are you sure it's a real blade and not a solidworks model with added logo?
    Just kidding Looks pretty awesome to me… and those holes in the tang looks like you are trying to tell us something with Morse code

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    Hahhaa..."- .... .- -. -.- / -.-- --- ..-"
    I think you won best forum name. Seriously.
    Ian H. Rogers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haburn View Post
    Ground and hand sanded before it got handled. I should have some finished pics tomorrow. Weight was 139 grams (according my food scale).
    Great work Ian! Is it possible to check these out in person before you sell them? Possibly to me?? :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavination View Post
    Great work Ian! Is it possible to check these out in person before you sell them? Possibly to me?? :lol:
    Absolutely, shoot me an email to set up a time.
    Ian H. Rogers
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    The total weight is ~193g. Unfortunately, I screwed up the grind near the choil and the red G10 liner is showing up dark amber. Fortunately this was never going to be for sale.


    Ian H. Rogers
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    Ian, it looks great! I'm sure it turned out amazing. We're own our greatest critics after all!

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    Thanks!
    If you forget which piece of the pig you're after:

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    AEB-L parer with copper and cocobolo:


    Ian H. Rogers
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    i'm very tempted to sell something off to try out one of those gyutos! any chance they come with one of those pretty pig sayas ? another question, any shorter suji's in the works?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramenlegend View Post
    i'm very tempted to sell something off to try out one of those gyutos! any chance they come with one of those pretty pig sayas ? another question, any shorter suji's in the works?
    Glad you like it! The saya's start at $50. I have a suji in 52100 that is 280mm with a heel height of 37-38mm in progress.
    Ian H. Rogers
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