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    Thanks guys! Tinh, I had never seen a wa parer before, thought it would be a fun thing to do I am planning a set of steak knives similar to this.
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    Thanks for commenting guys

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    Somehow I missed the length reference of you knife.

    I thought yours was about this size (pic is a courtesy of Gator), but it much smaller.



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    Looks good to me,I do like a manly handle.

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    Wow, that knife looks really awesome in the hand! Like a mini dagger or something.

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    I think its very pretty, handle included. I imagine a delicate knife for delicate purposes and in hand cutting could work well with a short rounded handle, like a small wood carving blade, could look really cool with a ferrule and a bit different, might have to try one myself

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    That is strikingly similar to a knife I aquired years ago. I use it all the time for numerous tasks. great small knife with the heft of a large.

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    While we wrestle with the rules of who can do what and whatever with regards to hobbyists and knifemakers this thread is being shut down. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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    Great looking knife. What steel did you use?

    -Chuck

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    I was wondering when this thread would get ressurected.

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    Me too, I wanted to ask about this earlier but found it to late.

    -Chuck

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