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    Default a couple of recent handmade knives.

    I recently made a couple of more knives just for fun. The first is from an old rusty file with a birds eye maple and I put flush an Indian head penny in the handle base. The second is a nessmuk style with cocobolo handle.
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    I really like your nessmuk style with cocobolo handle - that is really "sharp" looking. Nice work
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    Default Re: a couple of recent handmade knives.

    Very nice.

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    Default Re: a couple of recent handmade knives.

    Very cool.
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    Default Re: a couple of recent handmade knives.

    Agreed, very nice work on those knives.

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    Nice work. First class.
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    Well done!
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    Nice looking knives. I like cocobola. Where did you get the scales?
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    Where do you get the wood from for the handles, I ask cause I will have a lot of smaller thick pieces of Walnut for sale on e-bay soon.
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    Nice looking knives neighbor! Do you sell them?

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