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Old 28-07-2011, 09:09 PM
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This is my lates comission (delivered next week wit a weth formed half tanned sheat)





Blade: UHB15LM 190 x 37 x 4,2 mm with a straight Scandi bevel and secondary bevel.

Handle: Moose Antler, stabilized Blueish Bog Oak and Musk Ox.

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Old 29-07-2011, 12:05 AM
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looks awesome!! i really like the bog oak handle! good choice
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Old 29-07-2011, 08:36 AM
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Very nice indeed, forged steel and bog oak...lovely and rustic, definite keeper

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Many thanks for your comments.

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very nice
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Now that is rustic n a half,luv it to bits m8.
jus gotta try bog wood, is it easy to work?
my collection of slab materials is mounting up thanks to mammoth, so me thinks a betta look for some bog wood!.
Your choice of moose antler n musc ox compliments the whole project extremely well.
thought there was 2 different knives there by the pics, but i am a dithering old Geordie
Thank you very much for showing us your fine work,
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Now that is rustic n a half,luv it to bits m8.
jus gotta try bog wood, is it easy to work?
my collection of slab materials is mounting up thanks to mammoth, so me thinks a betta look for some bog wood!.
Your choice of moose antler n musc ox compliments the whole project extremely well.
thought there was 2 different knives there by the pics, but i am a dithering old Geordie
Thank you very much for showing us your fine work,
Bri
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The Bog Oak is X-cut and stabilized, compared to Moose Antler and Musk Ox
the Bog Oak is eysy to work. But then Moose and Musk are almost like mild steel.

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