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Thread: Slicer, 12C27, Natural Canvas Micarta

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    Slicer, 12C27, Natural Canvas Micarta


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    I thought this would be suited for the kitchen as its a real thin slicing machine. Full flat grind with hand rubbed satin finish on the flats and belt finish on the bevels. The handle is natural canvas Micarta sanded to a smooth 600 grit with brass pins to add a nice contrast. This knife if made from Sandvik 12c27 razor steel similar to Sadvik 13c26. In house heat treat with digital controlled oven with a subzero quench and a 2-2 hr temper cycles with a projected hardness between 59-61. Knifes specs out at .100 thick by 4.0" blade measures from front of handle, cutting edge 3.8 and 4.05" handle

    With leather pouch style $140.00 with Concealex $130.00, Or no sheath for $110.00 includes shipping within the US.






    Last edited by jr19703; 07-29-2012 at 08:04 PM.

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    I like that. Nice knife.

    Chris
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    Currently not accepting new custom orders.
    Contact me if you are interested in a regrind.

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    If Dozier and Fiddleback Forge had a baby I think this is what it would look like. I really like that.

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    Knife is sold pending payment. Thanks to all.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomTheButcher View Post
    If Dozier and Fiddleback Forge had a baby I think this is what it would look like. I really like that.
    Son of Dozier, yes , I can see that.
    Jeff

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    For those those that missed out I have one more of these with just a little bit different grind. Its a little thinner yet. If I can get to sanding the handle scale it will be done this week.

    Jason

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