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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Don't you still have one? Now you can make your own knife for it

    Stefan

    Yes sir, I still have it and I was thinking the same thing.

  2. #82
    Tomorrow will be the Stefan Keller personal collection motherload rehandle knife gallery update.....stay tuned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Tomorrow will be the Stefan Keller personal collection motherload rehandle knife gallery update.....stay tuned!
    Can't wait - bring it on!

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    Oooohh, sounds exciting. Not sure I remember all the ones I sent you, so I will be surprised also ...

    Stefan

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    Here is Stefan's newest 5 rehandles, most are for his own collection. The Warther is a western to wa conversion.

    Now leave me alone Stefan!


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  6. #86
    Good looking handles as always. That one on the left might be the thinnest suji/petty I have ever seen!
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Boy that Carter Suji handle looks mighty familiar. Looks great Stefan, can't even tell the blemish, unless you point it out.

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    Looking good, Dave, I'll take them . I hope they dodn't give you too much trouble. The thin one is a Moritaka tha was supposed to be like a Tadatsuna petty but came out more narrow. Great for skinning fish etc. Bao, I was hesitating to use that handle because I didn't want to take away the uniqueness of yours, but It was just too nice to throw it away... That warther looks really interesting, that should be fun to use. Thanks Dave!

    Stefan

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    What is the wood on the Warther? Looks cool.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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