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    A simple sheepsfoot parer

    CPM 154 blade, hand rubbed

    stainless bolsters and pins

    Some crazy tight maple burl!

    This one is following the ivory parer for sale soon.

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    Pierre, Thats a nice looking profile. Beautiful wood and great execution my friend!!

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    What Randy said!
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    how do you make something so simple look so elegant
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    Did you really just put out 2 badass knives in less than 24 hours???? Great stuff Pierre. These past 2 parers deserve to have multiples made. Classy and classic!
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    Beauty, Pierre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    how do you make something so simple look so elegant
    I'll tell you how--I've made a tiny sheath for another of these and they look exactly the freaking same. You'd think he made them all in a little batch, but no!

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    lol! Thanks guys! They are a pita, being so small, they all have the same steps, and damn near the same finishing time as a big one.


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    Sweet, love the "sheepsfoot" shape.
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