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Thread: Woodlore PSK in CPM3V - Order List

  1. #21
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    Hey Dan,

    Got an email saying mine was ready.

    Sent the money.

    Got an email from you saying what address to send it to.

    Sent an email giving you my address (which should have been on the envelope I sent the money in?)

    Been a couple weeks past that.

    Did you get the money? Did you send the knife yet?

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    Dan -- Didn't realize you were so far along in the process. Paid in full. Woodlore3V

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    hollowdweller - sent today.

    ras - thanks!

    Dan

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    Good deal. Thanks Dan!

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    Looks like I made an oopsie on the pricing calculator and had to adjust. ras - I sent you an email.

    All knives are done. Hoping to hear from skrapmetal soon.

    Dan

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    Here's a pic of a Woodlore in 3V and Arizona Desert Ironwood - finished up ready to go! :-)



    Dan

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    And sheathed:



    ras - hope you like it!

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    ... sitting here holding a Woodlore in 1095 and imagining it's Desert Ironwood. . .

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    It's on it's way!!!

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    The Woodlore 3V in Ironwood arrived today and it does feel good in the hand. Outstanding -- should make a great carving tool.

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    Glad to hear it, ras!




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    Man those sheaths are good looking, as is the 3v woodie.

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    Hey dan can I still order one of these!?

    I would kill for one of your knives

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    I may have one available in NCM and Kydex. Interested?

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    All natural. You can't submit Ironwood to stabilizing - it won't take it and it doesn't improve it. All natural is best.

    Dan

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    Same thing with cocobolo - can't and shouldn't be stabilized. It is very oily. It is naturally stable.

    And now you've figured out why these 2 exotic hardwoods are the only woods I use anymore.


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    Dan,

    My cocobolo woodlore psk arrived today.
    Just wanted to say that I am very happy with it! Everything on this knife feels right, the handle shape/size/conture is sublime, the best i have head in any knife.
    Great workmanship and outstanding design.

    best regards!

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