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    Default J. Wostenholm 6/8, Henry Sears 13/16

    First one is transparent horn. Scales are thinned to 1/16" thick. just about as thin as vintage horn. Stacked washers, brass rod, Micarta paper ivory wedge









    you can see how thin they are here..




    Second one.. Henry Sears... Paper ivory micarta... EXTREMELY thin pieces of black horn for the lining on the wedge




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    just noticed i missed the stamp shot on the Sears


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    Beautiful work as always.
    I'm really diggin' the hornwork on the wedge of the Sears.
    totally awesome!!

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    Both great but that Sears is perfect. Great work on the wedge.

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    Both stunning examples of your attention to detail, apart from all the obvious things the pinning really impresses me.
    Man, the clearance between the blade and wedge in the first one is tight,
    Glen will love it.
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    Fantastic work Brad! They are both gorgeous.

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    Nice job Brad!

    Those both look brilliant! I'm really digging the wedge on the Sears, and those super thin scales.

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    I like this scales too, well done!

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    The ivory micarta scales are just awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldy View Post
    Both stunning examples of your attention to detail, apart from all the obvious things the pinning really impresses me.
    Man, the clearance between the blade and wedge in the first one is tight,
    Glen will love it.

    He is right !!!!

    That is beautiful work on both of them Brad, just beautiful....

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