Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Gentlemen: For your consideration are these round knives, designed by Paul Long and handcrafted by me. All four are .040" AEB-L stock, 120 grit surfaced to .035" after heat treat, flat ground about 1/4" from the edge until almost sharp, convex edged to zero, buffed with green chrome and stropped at the edge. All four are full tang, have stabilized wood, and stainless furniture. I couldn't taper the tangs on these - at .040" there just isn't much to taper! I did not solder the bolsters - since the solder melts at 450 degrees, it would mess up the 200 degree temper of the AEB-L to Rc 62-63. A - spalted maple, B - Koa, C - spalted maple, D - spalted hackberry. C and D follow the pattern the closest to the pattern that Paul designed. One of the advantages of using the round knife over an exacto knife is that while pushing the round knife, your cut line is always visible.....on the pull stroke it is hidden. Load up a chunk of leather with rouge anD you can keep this knife deadly sharp with an occasional strop. I hope you like them - the first "I'll take it," PM, or email gets it. $265 delivered CONUS. PayPal preferred to [email protected] Thanks for viewing and all comments welcome.