Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! This knife was made from the same plate of .350" CPM 4V that I made my first two comp choppers from. I gave it the same heat treat as well. The only differences are the blade shape and length and this one sports high flat grind. There was not enough steel to make another comp knife from the plate so I decided to get a little creative, especially since it was a big piece of steel left over. The lines just seemed to flow naturally into what you see here. This is a large knife with a 10.5" blade and a bit of weight to it. However, it handles oh so nicely. I would not have been saddened if it did not sell at Blade as it would make a very nice centerpiece on any display table. In the end a good customer saw it, liked it, and was willing to pay my asking price so it is on the way to his house right now. No more reading, Here's the pictures: I shipped it before I wrote down any of the specs other than blade length and thickness. I did remember to make a rough sketch/pattern of it so that it can be reproduced. Something different I did, that I think really set it off, was crowning the spine. That gave the knife a rather refined look, IMO. Let me know what you think.