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    Another one finished


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    Here is another one for Essublime.
    Small Bushcrafter with Stabilized Koa scales and orange G10 liners. Eric supplies all the wood for his knives so I get to use different species!
    The pics suck but Im shipping them out along with the Roach Belly tomorrow so I won't have time to get better ones outside.



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    Nice one! Looks like a great blade.

    Is the Koa really dark or is that just the lighting?

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    Its really dark. Its like crotch Koa. It still has the different colors if you move it around though.
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    Looks awesome brother, love it.
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    Nice Koa on that one for sure. Looks good Chris.


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    I like it!! Thanks for the pics to hold me over Chris.

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    tang stamp!
    I don't remember seeing that before.
    nice one.
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    Looks sick!

    I was wondering how long does it take you to make a knife like that?

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    Love the smooth looking handle! You haven't lost your touch Chris!

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    Love it!

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    If I work all day I can usually get one completed and another with handles glued up. Thats like a 12 hour day.
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    nice!

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    Another Sweet One for Essublime!!! NICE!!!! That Koa with orange liners work great off each other!!!

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