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    I love that handle.

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    Sadly this handle bit the dust. But I'm glad I got to see it before it went!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcrano View Post
    Sadly this handle bit the dust. But I'm glad I got to see it before it went!
    What a terrible tragedy.

    Details.

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    Dunno exactly. DT called and broke the bad news. I guess it didn't meet his exacting standard so he wanted to make it perfect, which I appreciated. So now I think we're gonna do an ironwood handle as I don't have anymore willow. I have some maple but want to save it for a knife for my buddy. Anyway, wasn't meant to be this go round.

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    Too bad, but who knows, maybe the next one will be even better.

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    DT standards are extremely high. I'm sure he found some minescule flaw and decided not to let it leave the shop. He's picky like that.

    Pesky

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    Yeah I have total confidence it will work out for the best. DT is a perfectionist for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcrano View Post
    Yeah I have total confidence it will work out for the best. DT is a perfectionist for sure.
    Don't worry, you will love your replacement handle. Sometimes new designs take more than a few handles to really nail down. How do I know?


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