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Thread: Hanson's W2 & Black Ash Burl

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    Hanson's W2 & Black Ash Burl


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    Here is one that I just completed. This one is Don Hanson's W2 with hamon and false edge. The handle is stabilized Black Ash Burl from the North West. The handle spacer is black G10. The pins are 1/8" stainless silver pins. The overall length is 9 3/8" and the blade length is 5" from tip to handle scales. The sheath is 8-9oz. Wickett & Craig leather made my me. Let me know what you think. Thanks and have a good day.

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    Burton Harruff




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    Nice set....the sheath is equally as nice as the knife, very good.

    Rest in Peace my friend...see you on the other side.

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    Burton, very nice knife/sheath package!

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    Nice work Burton, I like this one a lot.

    Mike

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    Looks great, Burton!

    Very nice sheath work too...
    Don
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    Super nice package, and a knife design that looks like it could do just about everything.

    Great job!
    -- Jeff

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    Very nice work; both the blade and the leather. I really like how the wood turned out.

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    Burton,

    Nice knife and sheath. Killer hamon too!!

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    Outstanding package! I like every bit of it!

    Steve
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    Thanks everyone I do really appreciate the nice words. Thanks to all for checking it out. -Burton
    ... I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for a man to depend simply upon himself.

    Burton Harruff
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