I had a knife that I needed to finish for a customer and the stay-at-home allowed me the time finally get to it. It was sitting in the drawer and when I had a student request a private class in take-downs in January, I used it as an example to move things along. This may be one of the most precise take-downs I have ever done. The blade is 1075, the handle is Nelsonized walnut burl, and the fittings are multi-bar O2/ASTM 203E damascus. The parts all lock in with blind pins and the handle is bedded to the tang. I took the guard to a press fit that had to be forced on and off and then adjusted it until the final Damascus etch gave it a hand pressure release. I strongly encourage every bladesmith to make at least one precision fit takedown knife, due to the skills and discipline one hones when taking fit and finish to that level.