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    Hello all!

    Here's one of my newest custom blades, it's already happily with its new owner!
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    Umm, can't see a photo. Did you post to B&B, and link it? Because that can be a problem for folks who've been, ahem, asked to not return there.
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    "asked" ?


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    I have also been picture challenged before !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utopian View Post
    "asked" ?

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    I'm not up on all the newfangled computer stuff. Apparently I can have my access denied. And No, I won't discuss my acceptance of patchouli scented soap with another Moderator.
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    Have no idea how that happened, or actually didn't happen. Oops.
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    that looks really interesting. what are the specs/materials etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy View Post
    that looks really interesting. what are the specs/materials etc?
    Thanks

    Damascus 1095 and 15n20 with a treatment
    AcrylStab wood
    Brass washer
    Brass pins
    Barber's notch
    3 inch long blade
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    From what I can see the aesthetics of the AcrylStab wood combined with the treatment on the Damascus is too much for me, personally. I think the word I would use is garish. Can't see the whole blade so no comment there. I do like the pinning though.

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    Thanks Bob, I can appreciate that. That's what simpler design is for.

    This however, was a custom comissioned exactly as such, and the new owner loves it, which was my goal.

    Thanks! Jacob
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