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    Glad you took it 99, or I would have "borrowed" money from my savings if it were up there any longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Limited View Post
    Timing is perfect too, my wife is out of town until next Monday.


    Looking forward to hearing your first impressions. You must post when it arrives!

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    That's really nice, Hoss. I like the "buttcap" treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ******* View Post
    That's really nice, Hoss. I like the "buttcap" treatment.
    Isn't that the tang?
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twistington View Post
    Isn't that the tang?
    I am going to guess that there is a mechanical fastener in there since there are no pins.It looks much cleaner without the pins to me.

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    It was a cool thing to do. The handle really looks like a piece of a stick from a distance, yet in the close-ups you can see how well-finished it is. And it has such nice curves I had to surpress a desire to ask it to go to dinner with me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twistington View Post
    Isn't that the tang?
    It is a Corby bolt. There is a short piece of all thread welded to the end of the tang for the Corby bolt to grab on to.

    Hoss

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    Damn! I saw this minutes after it was sold. I'm bumed I missed it, but glad that it found a good home.
    Stunning work though Devin (as usual) I really like the handle shape and orientation to the blade and the simple yet classy trament of bolster and full tang.
    -What i would call pretty/beautiful vs hot.

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    I'm always impressed with your work Devin and I'd like to say that it's great to see a US maker doing this type of laminated blade so well. You deserve a

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    Took delivery of the knife this evening. I want to thank everyone who wanted to buy it, but didn't, so that I could have the opportunity to try one of Devin's little one-off projects. Will try to put together a review this weekend. Thanks Devin for making cool steel that can be turned into cool knives.

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