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    13 1/2 inch scimitar.

    I have a 13 1/2 inch scimitar up for sale. It is on consignment at EE. you can see it here. http://www.bladegallery.com/shopexd....photo=1&size=b

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    wow im already jealous of whoever gets that thing.
    if i could afford it... it would already be mine.

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    That is a very elegant blade. I'm curious as to what "perfect balance" means in the decription. Where is the balance point on this knife and why is it perfect? It seems to me that a knife that size would have no choice but to be quite blade heavy.

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    That's very old school classic butcher knife design lines there - I love it! Very nice Bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    That is a very elegant blade. I'm curious as to what "perfect balance" means in the decription. Where is the balance point on this knife and why is it perfect? It seems to me that a knife that size would have no choice but to be quite blade heavy.
    Nah there's an osmium-enriched tang.



    Hey Mr. Burke, how does the TIG weld do on the bolster? Do you do it before, or after HT?

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    That is a serious knife right there. Amazing work Bill!

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    Nice knife

    Loved the handle. Hope this one ends up at one on the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    That's very old school classic butcher knife design lines there - I love it! Very nice Bill.
    100% agree with you there. Would make the Nichols Brothers proud

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    thanks alot guys, that is actually an integral bolster on that knife but when I tig weld bolsters I do it bf ht and then thermal cycle to reduce grain in the weld zone

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