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    Meteorite damascus and Musk ox horn (not a kitchen knife)

    Hello guys. I know this is not a kitchen knife, but if need be. I will cut a onion so I dont get in trouble for posting the photos! lol

    This is one is a custom order for a good friend and im happy to share photos with you guys!

    The blade is Galaxy damascus (meteorite and 1095 HC steel) With Copper and Desert Ironwood burl, Musk Ox horn and capped off with more ironwood! What ya think?

    Thanks for looking. God Bless YA!
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    Commented on FB already, this is plain nuts. Now we all need to step it up again...

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    crap!!
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    Wowsiers!

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    Wow... That is one of those knives that to me look too nice to use. And I hate to have a tool that I wouldn't use, but as an example of talent it certainly shows what you can do. That musk ox horn is exquisite, and as always your Damascus is top notch. The copper work also deserves recognition as it is stellar.

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    i would love to wear it out in the kitchen. looks great for cleaning filet... im sure i could get creative and find tons of uses anyway every part of this knife is lovely. kudos to you sir

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    hubba hubba!

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    This is the best looking use of copper I've ever seen. I love the wavy look of the Musk Ox horn.

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    Beautiful!!!

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