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    I got the scales from Jantz knife supplies. They have tons of different materials to choose from.

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    Ted. Selling them is something I am working towards. I have three different styles that I will be offering. The nessmuk is the first one I made and will be making several more soon.

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    Once you get up and selling them post over at bushcraftusa.com That skinner is real nice.
    www.stormspoons.com my website
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    Is where I also have spoons listed.

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    Thanks for the pictures
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    Forgeblast, thanks for the suggestion. I looked at that site briefly on the droid. Looks like a good site. I look forward to checking if out in more detail.

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    Default Re: a couple of recent handmade knives.

    Let me know if you have any questions, I am a member there. I also do a lot of my sales on etsy (wood carving), easy way to hit a large audience.
    www.stormspoons.com my website
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    Is where I also have spoons listed.

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    Will do. Thanks very much.

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    Nc nurseryman, my son collects knives and I would be interested in purchasing when you are ready to go in business.

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    Ted. I'll let you know. I'll put up some pic of the ones I'll be offering soon so he can see if he likes any one in particular. Thanks.

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    Very nice work on the knives!
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