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    WIP CPM154



    It was finally cool enough to want to work in my garage today.I whipped these out this afternoon.I just need to drill some holes and off they go to Peters HT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post


    It was finally cool enough to want to work in my garage today.I whipped these out this afternoon.I just need to drill some holes and off they go to Peters HT.
    Looking good, pardner!


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    Nice work! I'm digging on wide-blade, low-tip profiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    Nice work! I'm digging on wide-blade, low-tip profiles.
    It's my cannon S90,they do look wide in the pic.I made four at 48mm and four at 50mm.Also I am not making knives for sale,just don't want any forum forum confusion.

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    Ah, that must be it. Either way, they look great--nice to see what you and Marko have started doing since your trip to Devin's.

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    They look great!
    always dreamed of having a knife from CPM154

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    I finally finished my first blade.I had to re-grind it three times before I was happy with the convex grind.

    CPM154 RC 61.5
    240mm
    2.9mm over the heel tapering to .5mm tip.

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    Wowza!

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    That looks great! Love that mirror finish. Are you bringing that beauty with you to my place Sunday?

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    Holy crap! That is some mirror!

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