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A little stainless

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Aug 27, 2006
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Here's a knife I built for Devin and Rob Thomas,
that was finished over the weekend. It's a dual action
auto with a 3.75" blade and fluted scales. The blade,
backspacer, scales and button are all made from Devin
Thomas stainless reptilian damascus. The liners are
anodized .050" titainium. A vine pattern for the filework.
I flat ground the blade to insure a tight pattern match
with minimal distortion between blade and handle.


Well, what do you think?

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Beautiful damascus and an excellent job in aligning the pattern from scale to blade.

Based on a 10 scale. . . . . . .ugghhhhhh. . . .you receive a 12 ! :)
 
An excellent example of how to use beautiful Damascus.

'Sweet and tight' with everything lined up.

Anyone would be proud to own such a knife.
 
it is hard to come up with a suitable comment about something like that.
You should be carefull because if you make something totally perfect you will offend the gods.
 
Thanks for all the great comments!:D I really appreciate the support.

Here's a shot of the vine filework. It's a little hard to see all of the different elevations but the knife is gone and it's all I have to show.

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