Little 6 Inch Ebony

Discussion in 'Knife Dogs Main Forum' started by opaul, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. opaul

    opaul Well-Known Member

    I know you guys are thinking, jeez when is he going to quit! I know. :). I'm retired and have a obsessive personality. Once I get into something, well :).
    Anyway, between finishing up the Leopard, I had shaped this one and heat treated it and finished it up today. I decided to leave the flats as they came from the heat treat, quench and temper. I'm not sure but I think the wood is Macassar ebony. I had a small piece and was saving it for a smaller knife. The ss pins have a fine mosaic center. The blade is 3" and the handle is 3".
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  2. Gliden07

    Gliden07 Well-Known Member

    Another nice looking blade! Where do you find the time!! I actually go on my lunch an put 15 minutes in or I wouldn't be working on knives.
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  3. opaul

    opaul Well-Known Member

    I retired Jan 1st of this year. I can work on knives 10 hours a day five days a week (more or less).
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  4. John Wilson

    John Wilson Well-Known Member

    Super nice job! I love a full-height flat grind.
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  5. Ty Adams

    Ty Adams KNIFE MAKER

    Good looking knife.
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  6. Gliden07

    Gliden07 Well-Known Member

    On my Lunch today I epoxied the Red Liners to the Black Micarta scales, for my Sisters Knife!!
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