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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrick Edmonds View Post
    Here's a cooks in Damasteel with satin finished hairy oak handle. The knife steel was mirror polished before etching. This went to the same family as the Damasteel/gidgee paring knife pictured above.

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    Very nice clean job.
    Thanks for sharing
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    A paring knife in stonewashed RWL34 at RC=60, with Brazilian kingwood scales

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    A nice sized utility/hunter, deer, goats and the like, in stonewashed M390. Handle is New Guinea striped ebony and bocote, is all soft curves and has no sharp edges to make hot spots. The sheath has five colours hand rubbed in, fully tooled and four coats of sealant.

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    very nice package Warrick

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    A fish filletter made from RWL34 and some of my last genuine dymondwood (thanks Garry). I haven't done a sheath or lanyard for this one yet and it isn't sharpened in these photos.

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    Fruit knife in RWL34 with gidgee scales. A lot like the two I have in my own kitchen that get a flogging from my two teenage boys who chew through about 4kg of apples a week.

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    A hunter in RWL34 with Brazilian Bloodwood and black paper micarta. Note the inclusion of a lanyard bead made from 7mm Rem Magnum and .243 casing. Bloodwood is one of my favourites. It's as hard as a rock, takes a nice polish, stable and colour fast. If you're working it though, careful of splinters along the grain. One of them lancing up between the fingernail and nail bed will change your outlook on many things.

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    Love your work Warrick. How are you getting such a good mirror finish?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentry View Post
    Love your work Warrick. How are you getting such a good mirror finish?!
    There's no secret mate, just keep going down through the grits until you run out of patience. That's about it. If you ever invent a mechanical polisher, include me in !
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    some pants for the SG2 core pocket cleaver, putting on the glad rags for the Adelaide Knife Show.

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