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    Beautiful results Brad. Thanks for the step by step.
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    Brad, your skills are out of this world. The whole thing looks amazing. An excellent job.

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    Great idea and great job. I would have rounded edges and would make the tail a little longer

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    That's a sexy blade, good job.....

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    Very nice!!!!!!!!!!!! gets my brain going!!!. Are the tang and scales the same? and would you do that to an all metal blade?

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    Excellent work Brad, thanks for posting the "how to" guide.

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    Awesome! This is a razor with class! Thanks for the pics!

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    Damn fine work, and beautiful results. I hope to achieve this level of work with my restorations.

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