Finished a new integral - frenchie 240mm

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Finished a new integral - frenchie 240mm

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Canister damascus from left over bits of 80crv2 from my production line, in a can made from 15n20 welded together by yours truly. Furthermore, i added 4600k powdered steel (similar to 15n20 but with 4% nickel) and manipulated it quite a bit and lightly laddered- sculpted Fish tail handle w/ black g10 spacer


weighs 7.5~ Oz
Triple dyed maple burl

What do you think?
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Love it!

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thanks Guys!

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Looks bad ass!! What the grind and distal taper like?

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Wow, keep making a few of those. I’d get in line for one.
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Cutuu wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 8:11 pm
Looks bad ass!! What the grind and distal taper like?
Most of all my grinds are full flats, personal preference :P

3mm spine down to 1.28mm 1" from the tip more of an All purpose grind like a traditional french knife would be. Bones or #10 steel cans beware :P
Cutuu wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 8:11 pm
Looks bad ass!! What the grind and distal taper like?
I plan on making at least one of these every month this year! 2020 resolutions :P

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