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  1. #151

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    That's some beautiful wood Randy. I'll bet it's even more impressive in person.
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  2. #152
    Thanks, Its very different. The color is awesome and the figure and depth of movement in the burl is awesome! Im sure shes gona love this one!!

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    Is the "she" in question a KKF member?
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  4. #154
    Hmm, Im not sure if she is or not?

    Heres a couple in progress.




    And another.





    And last a little damascus for Lisa to make some special Jewelry for Valentines day!!


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  5. #155
    6 NEW AEB-L Paring knives. Pictures and specs to follow.

    2 blade shapes. Birds beak and a utility style blade shape. for lack of a better description. lol

    Should have a few images soon and set a price point and take orders for these 6 blades.

    Thanks and God Bless!

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    I'm all ears(well... eyes), Randy!

  7. #157
    Cool. I started working on these and am not sure what the standard or norm would be for where to end the cutting edge, Should I run it full or stop it short just a bit B4 the end of the blade by the handle?

    Here are a couple of pictures.
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  8. #158
    Those look awesome Randy! Well, they do have this nice index stop...

    What do you guys think?

    Cant wait to see how you finish these Randy..

  9. #159
    Customfan, Thanks much for the input. Here is a shot of them with the rough grind done.

    Now to decide on handle materials and finish out a couple of these.

    The blades are AEB-L RC 61 and ground THIN!! as a paring knife should be. lol

    Thanks again
    Randy
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  10. #160
    Quote Originally Posted by HHH Knives View Post


    that Kbar must be a gift to me

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