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    Fine, you can have it. All I ask for, in return is a Mizuno...that's all
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    sure. $500 and it's yours.

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    That actually doesn't sound too bad! Haha
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    oh shoot, i forgot that Canuck bucks were up. $550.

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    I'm out!
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    That's a good looking blade.......now get back to work

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    Some pics of my knives I made.

    There is slight difference in profile, grind and weight on both knives. One weighs 213g (with handle) and the other 230g. The balance point on the lighter one is at the handle, and the heavier over the heel.

    Making these knives gave me a good idea where I need to improve and do things differently. Though I m pleased with the outcome, I am still a few knives away before offering any for sale.

    Next step is to make a couple of knives in different steels and send them for testing and feedback.

    PS: The one with patina I am keeping.

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    You got a passion and drive for perfection
    When do you start to take orders?

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    Those are some fantastic looking pieces, Marko. Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    You got a passion and drive for perfection
    When do you start to take orders?
    Probably in 2-3 knives.

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