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Thread: New little utility/fighter/whatever you want to call it

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    New little utility/fighter/whatever you want to call it

    Hey Guys! Just finished a new pattern and want your thoughts!




    Overall is 8 1/2"
    Blade is 3 3/4"
    Steel is 1095...I'm gonna start using some newer steels in my knives here soon also..just an FYI


    Here she is:












    This was when I was shaping it...gives a good idea of the wood color



    I'd really love some thoughts on the design! it was a fun one at least.
    Best Regards,
    -Daniel Rohde-
    www.RohdeEdge.com

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    Looks great to me, bet it feels good in the hand too. That wood almost looks like cammo micarta or something, really interesting. I also really like the integrated lanyard loop, great execution.

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    Man that's sweet looking. What kind of wood is that?

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    That looks awesome Daniel. I like how the pin material almost looks like part of the burl.
    Ty Adams

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    simply beautiful! I can't get over that handle. Stunning.

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    that hamon line is really nice. a departure from your usual edge quench. very nice.

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    I think it looks fantastic, Daniel. I agree with Anthony about that lanyard loop. That's a great idea. All around a beautiful knife.
    Brandant Robinson

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    That is one HOT looking knife really love the design and the handle stands out!

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    Thanks a ton guys! I appreciate it! feels good to be on the winning half of a knife!

    Quote Originally Posted by John Wilson View Post
    that hamon line is really nice. a departure from your usual edge quench. very nice.
    Thanks John! but it is actually a edge quench still...not a clayed hamon.
    Best Regards,
    -Daniel Rohde-
    www.RohdeEdge.com

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    really? did you etch it differently? i'm loving the ghosting along the line.


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