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    Petty Sale



    Steel Choices


    O1 - $299

    CPM154 - $325

    Only 50% deposit required to order now!




    Size/Style

    160mm Petty




    Handle Materials

    See attached image for available selection




    Handle Configuration Choices

    Western (hidden tang only)

    Wa octagonal




    Ferrule/Bolster Material Choices

    Blackwood

    Kingwood

    Black Buffalo + $15

    Blond (and/or streaked) Buffalo Horn + $20

    *Note - if you have another wood types (for the bolster/ferrule) that you're thinking about please ask as I have many types of small cut off blocks and likely have what you're looking for.




    Spacers

    Nickel silver or copper (thin only) Westerns + $10 / Wa + $35

    *Note - metal spacers will be paired along with black G10 spacers on both sides





    Shipping

    Included in USA only




    Delivery Date

    These knives will be scheduled to start work on in April.

    The first petty sold will be the first to be started, and then the rest done in order of sale dates.

    If you have any questions at all about the completion/delivery date please feel free to ask as I'd greatly prefer to explain this now, even if it means losing a sale, than make a sale and gain an uncomfortable misunderstanding in the process.





    Purchasing

    Please contact through PM or email if interested in ordering.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    O1 is in limited quantities


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    BTW, if you liked the last 2 petties I've done in Ironwood then you'll like to know that the 2 ironwood blocks shown above are from the same block.

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    Okay Dave, I'm in for a CMP154 Ironwood block WA with a horn ferrule (leaning towards streaked but up to you) no spacers. You pick the block which would be best. In case my wife is checking in on me, it's for a customer honey - the Parks. This way I have a very happy customer and I get to try out your petty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    Okay Dave, I'm in for a CMP154 Ironwood block WA with a horn ferrule (leaning towards streaked but up to you) no spacers. You pick the block which would be best. In case my wife is checking in on me, it's for a customer honey - the Parks. This way I have a very happy customer and I get to try out your petty

    Woo-hoo, first man up!

    Thanks Bill, I'll get with you in just a bit.

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    Looks like some nice blocks of wood. I bet that after a little Martell magic, they are gonna turn into beautiful knives.
    You may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful knife
    You may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Not much interest in this?
    I would say, I find myself thinking about getting one but am still resisting due to lack of funds... Seriously, I am still thinking about one...

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    What I'm looking to do here is to map out my work schedule with known selling knives vs the make & hope approach I've had to use too often.

    Thanks for the feedback guys.

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    Here's some recent petties to help you decide....










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