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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post








    So I always use T88 epoxy but for some dumba$$ reason I used something else.I had a gap at the back joint and the epoxy that I dyed black dried gray I hate scrapping handles I stopped sanding after 220, did not want to waste sand paper on top of tossing a handle.
    I'll buy it right now. pm me

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    Thanx for the offer Sachem but I don't make handles for sale.I just make them for my own knives.

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    I've always thought you were a little crazy. This just confirms it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    Thanx for the offer Sachem but I don't make handles for sale.I just make them for my own knives.
    You don't have to sell it. I'll make sure you never see it again, for FREEEEEEEEEE. PM if interested.

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    Now *that* sounds like an offer that will make both parties very happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRLOVER View Post
    Thanx for the offer Sachem but I don't make handles for sale.I just make them for my own knives.
    I'm Sad now. work like that should be shared. I was very serious about the offer, but I understand.

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    There Mario, you did it, now I am thinking about trashing handles for the same reason, too...


    P1020503 by mgapicius, on Flickr

    Not sure how that happened, the mokume endpiece is connected with a hidden pin, and maybe the pin was just a faction of a mm too long, now there is a thin glue line. There are also some tiny burn specs, this light horn just burns when you only get it anywhere near a belt sander. May have to do that one again...

    Stefan

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    There Mario, you did it, now I am thinking about trashing handles for the same reason, too...


    P1020503 by mgapicius, on Flickr

    Not sure how that happened, the mokume endpiece is connected with a hidden pin, and maybe the pin was just a faction of a mm too long, now there is a thin glue line. There are also some tiny burn specs, this light horn just burns when you only get it anywhere near a belt sander. May have to do that one again...

    Stefan

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    Personally i like it. give more of a contrast between the pieces

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