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    This a box elder burl & buffalo horn Wa.I rounded the edges at 600 and i normally do it at 1k so the handle does not look as crisp as i like.

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    Really nice work Mario.

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    Also the red in the box elder is not coming thru in the pics,at least on my laptop.

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    Spectacular! When you shape your handles are you using a belt sander or doing it all by hand? I have never done one, but am thinking of giving it a shot, regardless that is a beautiful handle.

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    Beautiful handle. Have you chosen a knife for it to grace?

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    Thanx
    I need to make a blade for this one.Kaleb i use a cheapo craftsman 6 x 48 belt sander then go to a granite plate up to 2k,then buff.Give it a shot, it's very addictive so watch your wallet.

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    While it may not be as crisp as you like, it certainly look very comfortable, as well as beautiful!
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    That looks great! That wood is nice!
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    [QUOTE=RRLOVER;5354
    This a box elder burl & buffalo horn Wa.I rounded the edges at 600 and i normally do it at 1k so the handle does not look as crisp as i like.[/QUOTE]

    Nice work and nice piece of wood. I round mine at 800 and find them more comfortable that way, don;t like them too crisp, so this is right up my alley.

    Stefan

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