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2022 knives

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I started off the year with an Deba-esque full tang blade in AEBL and African Bubinga. This blade has fullers ground on each side.
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Here is the first assassin petty I have done in M390 steel. Also has a musk ox horn ferrule and rosewood burl.
I finished this handle with tru oil.
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This past Saturday I rough ground an 8-1/2" Chef knife in mono steel 26c3 aka "spicy white" steel.
It is a hefty 3.5mm thick at the ferrule with a full distal taper. The blade is also ground with fullers and the chamfer on the spine.
I also included a choil shot, this is been pretty standard on the last several knives I've made.
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Tim Johnson
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Tim Johnson
Oxford, MA

“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few”
--s. suzuki
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Web: http://www.timothyjohnsonknives.com
Email: tim@blackstoneknife.com
Instagram: @timostheos
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