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Pairing knives #7525426 06/03/19 12:08 AM
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My brother in law sketched a very specific paring knife that he wanted. He wanted the blade skinny, short, and with a sheeps foot. I was finishing up the bevels and overheated part of the edge so I had to scrap it. Second time around I made two just in case I made the same error on that thin little edge. The blades are made out of 15N20 that is only 0.05" at the spine, scales are black and white paper micarta, and brass pins. BIL is getting his tomorrow and the other one is headed to the classifieds now. Thanks for looking.

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Re: Pairing knives [Re: Txmedic033] #7525439 06/03/19 12:22 AM
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