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    Senior Member chazmtb's Avatar
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    Oh Snap!

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    Very nice Marko

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    Very, very nice that D handle is awesome

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    Thanks folks,

    I still need to tweak a few things, but I can't say I am not pleased with how it came out.

    M


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    Excellent D-handle, Marko. I like the taper on the ferrule, I do that occasionally for octagonals, but never thought about doing it on Ds. Just curious, do you shape them by hand or use a jig? Drilling before or after shaping? In any case, it looks very comfortable.

    Stefan

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    Hey Stefan,

    Shaped by hand on a disk and belt sanders followed by hand sanding. Variable speed is a secret ingredient here.

    It is very comfortable.

    M


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    The alleles created by mutation may be beneficial


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    Excellent work like always, Marko. That D handle is something special.

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    Excellent work like always, Marko. That D handle is something special.
    I got lucky. Usually I fail the fist time.

    M


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    The alleles created by mutation may be beneficial


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    I figured you must have practiced first....

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    Yes. I will have the first "real" one early next week.

    M


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