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#6158887 - 01/28/16 01:39 AM finally finished, sharpfinger style
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I finally got around to finishing up a couple of sharpfinger inspired knives I started working on for my father and father in law. Actual work has really gotten in the way of my hobbies and passions over the past year and, after having to put these on the back burner for the better part of a year I finally found the time to set down and finish them up. They are made from D2 steel, with diamondwood scales, and 3/16" brass pins. The sheath was ordered from Jantz and the folks at Texas Knifemakers Supply did the HT on them for me since I don't have an oven yet. Any and all helpful advice that could be put to use on future knives would be greatly appreciated.







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#6158961 - 01/28/16 07:01 AM Re: finally finished, sharpfinger style [Re: mreed]
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I like them. I have quite a few, if that's worth anything opinion wise. up
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