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    Quote Originally Posted by CB1968 View Post
    Thanks James, hard to come by these puppies, hopefully it performs as good as it looks.?
    Well did it perform?

    Since I have a great landlord(well more like shoplord) I figured i need to give back something since he has not wanted a single dime for me using the space he offered me.

    So this is what's he and his better half/soon mother of child is getting for christmas: It's a freestyle Itinomonn to make sure it's damn unique, handle is more close to the heel of the blade on the bottom than on the top, this was a huge mistake(me being tired while doing the handle)... but I learned something from this, you are forced into a pinchgrip and while looking really really weird it feels more natural than anything i have ever done.


    Kick ass two tone Redwood from Mr.Farley(for some reason I always use this wood on gifts), blade has gotten a handrub from stock finish from 240-400-1200grit reverted to mirca 120-220-400grit pads and finished with 1200grit wet/dry and a 3micron polishing compound.

    Hope you like it, because this is the last thing you will see from me this year atleast.
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    Beautiful,

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    So after holidays and a "get that thumb out of there" these are done:


    A handful of 180mm Kato pettys


    Shigefusa Kitaeji 185mm gyuto

    Gidgee on all of these.
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    A-m-a-z-i-n-g work!

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    Gidgee like this (nice and dark with tight, even figure) might be my new favorite wood for knife handles. Love the look of all these. Great work!

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    Beautiful Knives!
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    It is definitely my favored wood
    And Dans work as always amazing !

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    EXOTIC! I wish i can do half as well!

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    Itinomonn hunting knives with japanese cedar and brass!
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twistington View Post
    Itinomonn hunting knives with japanese cedar and brass!
    Whoa! These are amazing! I didn't even realize Itinomonn had hunting knives. Time to go shopping!

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