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    My attempt of a meiji style D









    This was a P I T A.......I don't know how much Marko is charging for one,what ever it is it's not enough.I have not machine buffed the handle yet and I just may leave it as is.

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    Well, you certainly didn't choose forgiving materials to try it out on!

    I think it looks great, nonetheless. The orientation on the Ironwood is perfect.

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    Looks fantastic. That's probably my favorite all-round handle shape.

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    Looks awesome.

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    Wow! Great combo.

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    Very nice..good work..!

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    The mammoth and iron wood probably didn't help matters along.
    The handle looks great, Mario.

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    Wow, that's a keeper! Beautiful job.
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    Mighty fine looking piece of work

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    very nice Mario. I really like D handles, ans this one is pretty sweet.
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