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    Love the WIP!! The amount of work you are putting into just that blade is amazing, and I can't wait to see how it all comes together! Thanks for doing this Devin!
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    Big trouble etching!

    Every once in a while I get my self in trouble etching stainless. It never happens with carbon damascus. Something happens in the heat treating that causes patches of uneven etching. The more I mess with it the worse it gets. The problem is worse when there are several different steels in the mix, like damascus with a core. And it always happens when people are watching.

    Look closely near the tip and around the name stamp. I will remake the blade, no problem. It just hurts to have to relearn what I'm doing some times.

    I'll regrind this into a line knife.

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    I'll take it, if you need to get rid of the evidence. won't tell a soul.you don't even need to handle it. I take knife donations from famous makers, you know.
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    Bummer!

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    Can't you just put it down to random variation and keep it the way it is? Like when Dave etches the Hiros and sometimes they look crazy

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    I also take such "scrap", in case you were wondering. No handle required! I'll pay shipping!

    Seems such a shame to see a beauty like that get thrown in the junk heap

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    even there are some small flaws, its didn't hurt this beauty a bit!!
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    Forging a new blade.
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