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    Default W&B with Buddel-Scales and adjustable pins

    The scales are from myrtle/walnut wood. The wedge is from tin/vulcanfibre. And the pins at the blade are adjustable now. Hope you like it.
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    that is one bad ass lookin straight

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    Dude that rocks!!!

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    Your layered(?) wedge is really nice, torxhead screws for the adjustable pin? where did you find those?

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    That wood is incredible. Nice work.

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    Very nice!! Job well done!!

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    Unbelievable! I am blown away.

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    Stunning. Your junction is perfect.

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    Buddel you are really making impressive scales. They are absolutely beautiful, and appear to be flawless. I wish I had the time and skill to create scales at that level.

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    Those scales are amazing! Great work.

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