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    300 mm, O1, kiritsuki tip sujihiki

    This one wrapped up today,

    O1 carbon blade, hand rubbed to 600 grit @HRC 61

    Rounded spine and choil

    Full tang hybrid handle.

    G10 bolsters, black and white fiber spacers/liners and white turquoise with pyrite webbing.

    Handle is stabilized two tone amboyna burl from our wood pimp Mark! Mosaic pins.

    Thanks for looking!

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    Niiiiiice, it's going to get even better with some awesome patina

    When doing the handle do you make a single piece and then split it in half, or make both sides separately?
    Also any chance of a choil/grind geometry shot?

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    So that's where that nice amboyna burl went!

    Nice job, as usual, Pierre.

    Rick

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    SSSWWWEEEETTTT!!!!! Those scales are WAY over the top.

    PZ

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    If I don't see pics of this knife with a solid, naturally formed, across the blade patina, Imma be mad.

    Excellent work as usual.

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    Choil shot, it still needs to be sharpened. Edge is .006" right now
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    @TB I do both sides separately. Drill the holes, pin together, then set the radius an clean up the bolster faces, pin, epoxy and clamp, to the tang, then shape on the knife.


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    This one shows off the color of the amboyna much better.
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    Beautiful as usual.

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    *long low whistle*

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    Wow, that is sweet!!!!

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