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    WIP Sugi-Gyu-Whatsis



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    Sweet Spike, Looks good, and I really like the shape of the tip.

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    My wife is scared of it!
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    I like it.
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Casting a bolster? Looks good.

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    Where did the engravings on the steel come from Spike?

    Is "01" the steel type? What does "RC" stand for?

    And just how long is this bad boy?

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    O1 is the steel type, RC are my initials, also a DBA RC ArtMetal, and I engrave the letters on the blade myself before I heat treat.
    My registered mane is Raymond Cornelius, butt I have been called Spike since shortly after birth.

    Oh, and there is a tape measure in the first picture!
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    Thanks Spike. Looks like a fun project.

    (Guess I missed the ruler in the first photo!).

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    Ya win some and ya loose some. I tried a new metal, and well...........

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    I like it. Looks Rambo-esque.

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