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    The guys at CKTG have a video of their handle guy burning in the tang for a fit and then epoxying it in once everything cools down. I have done that a time or two with wood hidden handles on tang knives. UNSTABiLIZED wood, obviously.
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    He does. I can confirm this. I spent 9 days total with Murray and his apprentices in his shop. :-)


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    Great knives everyone. I'll ad to this thread tomorrow. I have a few blades nearing completion that are some of my best yet but those will be a few weeks out yet based on my current projections.

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    I finished this little fillet knife for myself last weekend. Spent an amazing day kokanee fishing today and got to try it out. It performed incredibly. It's always a good feeling when something you made does its job perfectly. I had plans to get some really good staged pictures. I was sun burnt and had 52 fish to fillet so that didn't really pan out.


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    Nice catch joah81!!

    These are my last two.

    First one is litlle 5.2’’ petty (5000 year old bog oak and suminagashy white paper steel)

    And second one is deba fetus





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    Quote Originally Posted by josh81 View Post
    I finished this little fillet knife for myself last weekend. Spent an amazing day kokanee fishing today and got to try it out. It performed incredibly. It's always a good feeling when something you made does its job perfectly. I had plans to get some really good staged pictures. I was sun burnt and had 52 fish to fillet so that didn't really pan out.


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    Awesome

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    This is a different Gyuto study for me. It was challenging and quite rewarding to make. I am having a bit of a hard time letting it go.


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    Josh81, how about some spec's on that filet knife, like what kind of steel did you use? John

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    Quote Originally Posted by John A. Larsen View Post
    Josh81, how about some spec's on that filet knife, like what kind of steel did you use? John
    Absolutely. Steel is .070 aeb-l at 62 rc. 6" cutting edge. Let me know if I'm leaving anything out.

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    Here's a little chef knife I just finished up also. 6 1/2" cutting edge, .070 aeb-l at 62-63 rc.


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    some knives i made. i like paring knives similar to the Japanese ajikiri.

    3 1/2" cutting edge, maple handle, 3/64" O1 at Rc63-64, total weight 1.7oz

    3 1/4" cutting edge, black walnut handle, 1/32" O1 at Rc64, total weight 1.8oz

    3 1/2" cutting edge, black walnut handle, 3/64" O1 at Rc63-64. total weight 1.7oz
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    Here's a utility or petty I just finished 1080/meteorite san mai sides with a W -2 core the handle is tamboti ,african blackwood and nickel silver with a leather sheath or saya. Thanks for looking Gilbert
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    “1080/meteorite san mai sides” music to my ears

    Beautiful blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilbert M View Post
    Here's a utility or petty I just finished 1080/meteorite san mai sides with a W -2 core the handle is tamboti ,african blackwood and nickel silver with a leather sheath or saya. Thanks for looking Gilbert
    Sorry I'll try to get the pictures up again.
    Nice work Gilbert! I like that.

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    Thank you guys it was fun I like trying new things.
    Gilbert

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    8" gyuto auto hamon w/ cherry burl full tang 1095


    5" petty w/ walnut 1084(fg)


    Euro chef w/ walnut


    Euro chef w/ ebony and brass in 1095


    Utility San mai 1018/W2 frame handle with micarta and leopard wood


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    Great thread idea, especially after Mr Gregory's thread. There are some AWESOME looking knives that have been posted! Great work, all of you! Here's a few of mine.






















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    whens the Kith deadline Timos?

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    ...Sparrow’s wrath...


    Yes, that is the name of this little ss san mai thing







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