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    Delbert Ealy's Avatar
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    We have 9 so far, 4 have sent deposits. only 4 more openings.
    I'll try and finish the paring knife as early in the morning as possible, but I have had a bit of trouble with mornings lately. I need a new coffee maker(among other things).
    Thanks,
    Del

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    I'm still interested in one of these. How would I go about submitting a deposit?
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    ok,
    so here is the finished paring, would have posted it earlier, but the wifes car wouldn't start and I had to take her to work.

    And with that I have 13 reserved.
    With as fast as these went, I may do this again soon, but I do have other projects in mind. I may do the next batch in carbon, maybe even with an option for damascus.
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    Cool little knives, Del!
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    What a great little knife.

    I'm always a day late and a dollar short on Ealy group buys.

    Del, how about another batch of spoons?

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    Like the "E".

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    That is a deal!

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    Got a new coffeemaker yesterday after spending most of the day with extended family,my nephews 3rd birthday party. I'm not up for maore than one cup a day, so I bought one of the little ones. Nobody around here makes a strong enough brew for my taste, so I finally broke down and got one. set it up last night, so it would be ready for me this morning. I flipped the switch this morning and after a few minutes had my cuppa. Good stuff, I am trying out a couple of varities, I like the darker richer blends, none of that winey lightly raosted stuff for me, agchhhhh.
    So, I actually feel perky at the moment and am heading back out to the shop, I figure on doing some grinding today, I have a couple of damascus bars to ship and a nakiri to work on. Maybe if things go smoothly, I'll do some forging later on.
    Thanks,
    Del

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    Am I the only one that thinks this could be a sweet little neck knife with some minor changes (maybe a shorter, low profile handle and a different grind)?

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    Lol Kyle, not at all.
    I had the exact same thought when I saw the finished pic.

    Future versions may need a kydex sheath option!
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