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    Here is my new project. Literally found it in the woods hiking today. This is what it looks like after I knocked off th scales, and took some 220 to it. And a pic of it next to my Tojiro 210mm for size comparison. This boys gonna take a lot of work. As the tip is all but pitted out, and the whole edge needs reprofiled. But should be fun. Will be my first ODC wa handle conversion too





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    Oh, and here is what the "original" handle looked like. Held on with bolts. BTW, not makers mark to be found.

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    Wait ! you found a knife in the woods .
    Were is this magical place .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Here's that Dexter Scimitar. I cut a tang, machi, reworked the choil and drilled some extra holes for gluing. Handle is dry fit then epoxied on. After a trip to the stones it's very sharp.




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    Great work Mike9
    Chewie's the man.

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    Nice work Mike, any before pics?

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    Thanks for the props - it's a great knife now. Can't wait to make a saya for it - that's going to be fun. LOL

    Last one up is an old, old Deba - a short little thing, but so abused over the years. After that I need to get back to guitar work - tax refund season is comming . . . .

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    That is nice. What did wood is the handle?
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    That handle is rosewood and tight curly maple. Here is the last one - a 30 - 40 yr. old Deba


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