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    New prebuy stainless paring knives

    I have 13 of these blades made up and heat treated.
    They are approx 172mm long overall with a 67mm blade.
    Unlike most of my other knives, these will have no bolsters, just one handle material.
    Choice of handle wood.
    They are AEB-L and heat treated and cryoed like the other stainless blades I have done.
    I will start on these a week from today(8-22)
    first 13 get one, I may do others in the future.
    Price shipped $110
    Deposit of $55, balance to be paid upon completion.

    I plan to have a pic of the finished one tomorrow.

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    I am in.

    I think you need to show the finished product or, at least a finished blade.

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    I keep coming back to this thread, guess I'm trying to tell myself something. I'm in!

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    I have been looking at a few pairing knife options lately. I may be in pending tomorrows reveal.
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    I'm in. Just wish it was a little longer blade.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Ok, I am in.

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    I hope I can get in on this.

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    Can you give the blade width at its widest point? Doing some quick math, it looks like the widest spot in the blade is 1". Thanks!

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ID:	9170ok, heres an update, I got the paring glued up earlier, but it hasn't set yet so I can't finish it until the morning.
    I have a list of woods to choose from
    buckeye see pic (top row)
    red elm see pic (bottom row)
    black ash burl (this is the wood I put on the finished paring)
    amboynia
    The red elm is particularly cool because I havn't used it on any of my kitchen knives yet, I have a small supply of it, but it is a bit too thin to use on the larger knives.

    These are the primary choices, but if you have another fav, just ask. I would like these to be handle material I have in stock.
    I am working on a list to see how many spots are left right now.
    Thanks,
    Del

    You got it right that the blade is 1 inch at the widest point.

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