G L Drew

Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider
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Feb 3, 2005
This style knife was very popular a few years ago and probably got over used by a lot of makers (me too). However, I still think it is a very functional and pleasing design so I still make one once in a while.

Stock removal from 1/8 inch 52100
Heat treated to Rc 58-60 in my Paragon furnace with three normalizing and two tempering cycles creating a fine grain throughout the blade.
Flat grind with as mat finish: the flats are left with the mill finish
Stabilized curly mango handle
Overall length: 8 1/2 inches
Blade:4 inches
Leather scabbard with a belt loop

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Nov 20, 2004
That pattern is so useful it will never get over used. It may not be fashionable in the knife world but in the real world it is hard to beat.
I understood your meaning Gerry. Just pulling your leg a little:D