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Wally Hayes Sanmai Hawkbill

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Well, here it is again:

One Wally Hayes Hawkbill, with raindrop damascus outer layers and a tool steel core (probably O1 or something similar). Forged to shape, with a convex edge and really interesting grinds. Pictures say it better than I can. The sheath is a little loose, but since I'm not factoring it into the price, I don't think it's a big deal.

PayPal is fine.

Price: $375 OBO
 

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No interest at all? Or is it too soon after the Christmas rush?

What if I dropped the price to $460, shipped?
 
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No interest!!!
Leapin lizards thats very interesting.
I just can't afford it.
Its amazing how much money a full grown motorcycle can require of you.

That's really cool as hell.
How do you think he did those grinds?
The part that comes down toward the handle makes it look like its a deep hollow grind that ends up being very steep indeed.

Time to zoom in a bit at your pic.
Thanks for sharing, Good luck with your sale and free cheap bastard bump for you.
 
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Hi MC,

Actually, the entire bevel is convex ground. Have no clue how he did that.

Thanks for looking, and I hope that motorcycle treats you well (Don't cheat on her, she'll throw you off at 80 onto a gravel shoulder :) )
 
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