Good Dirk and Sgian Dubh blanks -- where?

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Atlanta Cutlery has some but I wondered if anyone knew of a better place to get some. Don't have to be too high quality as I am just starting out and don't want to ruin an excellent blade with my subpar handiwork! LOL
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Thanks!
Clay

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Clay Fleischer
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Clay,

If I remember correctly, Texas Knifemaker's actually has a kit for a Highland Dirk, that comes with everything, for about...I wanna say...$40?

Lemme check...well, dang...can't find it in the online store...I KNOW they have it, though...you might want to give 'em a call!

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There is a company called Crazy Crow Trading Post that had a good looking Scottish Dirk kit for about $40.
 
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Here is the Url for there site. http://www.crazycrow.com/ You'll need to order the catalog, as they don't list even 1/10th of the blade kits that they offer on the website.
You might try Americana too. Look in the back of a Blade or Knives Illustrated. They are in Kentucky.
 
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