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Thread: Prototype to new Utility Knife Model XXI

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    Lightbulb Prototype to new Utility Knife Model XXI


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    I've been wanting to share this for some time now....it's a proto to my newest model of a utility knife. The grippy feel of the G-10, along with the traditional carbon steel just makes this such a work horse of a blade.
    Here's the specs:
    Prototype for Model XXI Utility Knife
    Serial: 9 MAY 12
    Steel: 1/8” 1095
    Handles: OD G-10 with Black Fiber Liners
    Nickel Silver Pins and Lined Lanyard
    Blade Length: 4 5/8”
    Overall Length: 9”
    Weight: 6.4 Ounces
    Custom Formed American Made Leather Sheath Included

    Special price for Bladeforums only: $130 shipping included in US and Canada




    Cust 9 May 12 011.jpgCust 9 May 12 008.jpgCust 9 May 12 005.jpgCust 9 May 12 007.jpg
    Eddie White
    www.shadowknives.com


    Mishaps are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle. --James Russell Lowell

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    Very nice! Excellent profile on that knife - I wish I saw that blade shape more often.

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    I like this profile as well..Clean looking work..

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    Very nice clean design!!
    Robert
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    http://www.photolightscape.com/p1010101300

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    What is the grind on the bevel? It looks like convex on the first but rather hollow ground on the second picture! Thanks.

    ... sorry, second and third picture ...

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    Thanks for all the looks folks! I really enjoyed making this one.

    Awestib-- Thanks for asking. This one is hollow ground.
    Eddie White
    www.shadowknives.com


    Mishaps are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle. --James Russell Lowell

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