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    I have been thinking about wanting a cake and eating it too and, and here is my answer to the purists. Blackwood makes a pretty good substitute for horn (in some way it's better, as its movement is comparable to cocobolo while horn is not), and has less chance of a failure, so here you have it!
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    I dig it.
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    Perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    Perfect.
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    Jsut like the one you made for me, except spacer was ivory and handle was ironwood. A classic indeed!
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    Looks great Marko!
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    Love it, but maybe the ferrule is a tad short?
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    I can make it a little longer, but a long ferrule doesn't look good on a D handle. This one is 1 1/8".


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    I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Love it, but maybe the ferrule is a tad short?
    It might be the picture. In person this one is aesthetically perfect.

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