WTS MSicard Cutlery 320mm Sujihiki

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Hello All,

Here's a fun one. I had a spare piece of 15n20 lying around and decided to have some fun playing with it. This is done more in the style of a sakimaru or a brisket sword than my typical sujihiki. It was a fun blade to make and a nice change of pace. Someone will really have a good time with this come bbq season.


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  • Blade: 320mmx39mm 15n20 (63-64 HRC) 320 grit hand finish
  • Neck: 18mm x 13mm
  • Handle: Burned oak oiled and waxed
  • POB: 85mm
  • Spine: 3.54mm at the neck, 3.16mm at 16.5cm, 1.04mm 1cm from the tip
  • Grind: flat to convex, right hand bias
  • Weight: 202g
  • Relieved choil and spine
Asking $305 U.S+ $25 U.S for shipping with insurance anywhere in North America. International will be in the ballpark of $50-$75 U.S
 

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Repel invaders in the morning, BBQ in the afternoon?
Do invaders make for good BBQ🤔???

Next project - cut down an entire tree and make a saya out of it! Honestly I'm super curious about the feeling in hand 🙃
It's alright. The POB is further forward than smaller knives, but it's still fairly nimble feeling.
 
Longpig, I learned that while watching Archer. Oh Woodhouse, you were missed.
 
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