Moran style

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Let me know what you think!!
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This is another selection of various different knives I've made
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And I've worked out how to post pictures!!
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Ebony drop point
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More to come soon. . . . .
 
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Cheers again Haze, It was built on request for a gamekeeper friend, who uses it as an every day knife
The scales are made from some left overs of a polymer type material which was being used when I was doing electrical work at a local hospital last year.
I've no idea what it is, but I do know that the 8' x 4' sheet they ordered cost just under £1000!!!
Anybody got any ideas what it may be?
Its not a laminate, its very hard & when sanded it turns to a stinky grey dust if thats any help.
 
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Thanks for the reply Kenhills.
I did wonder the same thing, but I thought phenolic resins showed a layered effect when sanded, such as bakelite or paxoline.
I really don't know!!
One thing I forgot to mention, is that the sheet is about 3/8" thick & solid black. But one side is white for about 0.010"
Popular stuff whatever it is, I've done several with it recently.

Ian
 
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Took your suggestion and looked at all your post..have to say my favorite right now is your Ebony Drop Point..

jim

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