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    HHH Dammy WIP




    Here's the 270mm gyuto I am making with the Dammy that was forged at Randy's Hammer in. I tried my hand at file work on the handle spine,it's was a PITA.

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    Looks nice!

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    Nice profile. File work looks good, worth the pain.
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    Very nice Mario! Glad to see this! Its like twin WIP's

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    +1 very nice!

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    I really love the profile on this knife. Nice work on the tang as well. Really looking forward to see this one finished. Well done!!

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    That looks great rrlover Nice profile and cool filework..

    Thats gona be one classy looking knife when your done with it!!

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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    That is sweet rrlover, that filework turned out awesome! man these wip's are exciting!
    -Randy Jr

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    240mm Stainless Gyuto!!

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    Thanx....I had no idea what I was doing with the file work.I had to bring the laptop out to the garage and stare at the knife you made and try and figure the pattern. I guess if I had any brains I would of tried artsy file work for the first time on some mild steel for practice.

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    I think the file-work is good without any qualifiers, but remarkable for a first attempt. BTW is it weird that I like doing file work?

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