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    Top End Hunter/Skinner combo in S35VN

    Top End Hunter / Skinner combo finished up sharp & sheathed
    CPM S35VN with York Gum burl & snake skin inlaid sheath's










    thanks again for looking :-)

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    Flawless as usual Mark. Stunning pair


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    Love that tang work, Mark!

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    That Top End Hunter is a really iconic blade shape for you Mark. Whenever I see that blade profile I always think it's yours.

    You reckon you could taper those tangs just a wee bit more!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jez View Post
    You reckon you could taper those tangs just a wee bit more!?
    Peter Del Raso once told me , "if ya gunna taper it then taper it" ,
    I try and aim for 1mm at the butt or just under but these one's came closer to 0.5mm

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    There fantastic Mark! The york gum is a nice looking wood, goes well with the colour of the snake skin.

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    Beautiful work and timeless design.
    WTB: Spyderco Military new or used

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    Great work again Mark. I must get you to give me a lesson in sheath making one day, they both look real neat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougie 77 View Post
    Great work again Mark. I must get you to give me a lesson in sheath making one day, they both look real neat!
    anytime mate , btw i still have your sugar gum on the bench

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    That's some beautiful craftmanship there Mark

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