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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    I still don't see it.
    And I have no problem with the killer weed from hell, as the DEA refers to it!
    Anyway, it looks more like coke to me.
    Nope, no coke. Satanite! Fresh from Hell. The coffee grinder is to grind it even finer, so it's easier to snort.

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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by bobhoveyga View Post
    I'd be interested in some details on how you fabricate the rectangular mortise for the tang.
    That I will leave to you to figure out.


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    Smarty pants!!
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    Thank You for posting this Marko.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Nope, no coke. Satanite! Fresh from Hell. The coffee grinder is to grind it even finer, so it's easier to snort.

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    Squared handle
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    Disk Sander - Tool used
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    Symmetry - Top View
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    Symmetry - Side View
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    Handle Fitting
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    Balance Point
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    Handle - Lignum Vitae, Horn, Nickel Silver Spacer
    Saya - Select Grade Poplar
    Pin - Lignum Vitae
    275mm sujihiki (on the edge)


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  7. #17
    Cant see the makers brand here?

    And Marko: Im impressed

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    Very nice Marko.
    Great looking saya too.
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  9. #19
    Thank Mark.
    One thing about Lignum Vitae is that in a few months time, it will turn green and the handle and pin will match the saya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Thank Mark.
    One thing about Lignum Vitae is that in a few months time, it will turn green and the handle and pin will match the saya. M
    I mistakenly got some once from a wood turner's estate.
    It was a log chunk labeled ironwood but felt like it was coated with soap.
    I kept a few small pieces to play with later.
    The pieces I cut turned a dark blue green after a while.
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