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Thread: Vintage Sabatier Refurb

  1. #41
    Senior Member K-Fed's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    Palm City, FL
    Handle pic:

    Handle topside/ taper:

    Distal taper:

  2. #42
    Nice pictures Kevin, you captured the spine and handle tapers really well. I'm happy with how this came out and that's mostly due to how much you're digging it.

    Thanks again for giving me this cool project to work on.


  3. #43
    I'm still blown away by the job you did Dave, just flawless work.

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    Senior Member NO ChoP!'s Avatar
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    Clayton, NC- surrounded by lots of trees
    Besides Salty's new suji, this may be the best thing I've seen in a long while. Refreshing change from the norm. Great job! Photos are well done, too....
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!

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    San Diego, CA
    Very nice job, Dave. Why does this rehandle not have spacers?

  7. #47
    Thanks guys!

    @tk, I left liners off of this one for two reasons, the first is that I knew that I couldn't make them fit neatly with the bunged up bolsters/tang and the second is that I couldn't picture them on this knife.

  8. #48
    Hi Dave,

    Could you have a look at my thread with a pic and tell me if these are up your alley to repair?

    I tried sending you a PM on both forums with no luck.

    Thank you,


  9. #49
    Hi Ray, I just responded over at B&B

    *Note - to send a PM here you need to have 1 post first so you're good to go now.

  10. #50
    Hello Mr. M,

    Simply OUTSTANDING! work. Private message sent. I have a similar vintage Sabatier I acquired recently at the "Flea Market". I'm not sure of it's has the word "SABATIER" and I think I can see the Grape cluster logo. I like the "feel/weight" of this knife in hand.


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