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    Thanks!!

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    Made some progress on this one.
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    What are you going to do with those neckers?

    What is that handle? Mammoth horn? Looks sweet.
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    Crothcipt, Im going to finish them, then make sheaths for them..

    The handle on the suji is Musk ox horn and damascus

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    Heres one thats AEB-L with mammoth tooth and some insane redwood from Mark!

    240mm Stainless blade
    2.5mm above the heel. Distal taper to the tip. Rounded spine and relieved choil.
    Mammoth tooth and redwood handle with black and nickel spacers.
    Stainless pins and single mosaic.
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    Wow.

    Bravo, Randy!

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    wow...and wow+10!! I love this knife so much........ I'm speechless
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    Thanks Guys!!

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    Chewie's the man.

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    Those neckers look sweet, although I'm partial to the profile of your old neck knives a little more, that suji is a work of art and mammoth tooth on the gyuto is magnificent, not as flashy as most mammoth I see but equally nice.

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