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83kamaleon

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Hi guys I haven't posted anything in a long time but I thought this was worth sharing,i felt for the first time my hands were doing almost exactly what I had in my mind including smooth plunge lines on a chef knife,that are super challenging at least for me.Still not perfect in term of simmetry and finishes but I felt like sharing this progress.Still working on a "toy" grinder as i call it,but seriously thinking about stepping up the game.Let me know what you think. Steel is aeb-l ground flat to slightly convex very light and thin,hidden tang,the handle is ebony whit a brass spacer.
 

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