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    Just about finished with this one. It was a new style (for me). The steel is D2. Brass finger guard, various spacers, topped off with a stabilized antler (thanks Winter). Both the finger guard and the antler are pinned. Thanks for looking.

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    That is just amazing. Your gooder and gooder just keeps getting better and better. Sweet knife.

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    Beautiful knife,crash.
    That D2 is some awesome steel.
    I made some shear blades from it and they've been cutting steel mesh for years without issue.
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    Wicked, awesome blade!
    I wish I had your talent.
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    awesome looking knife. Remind me of a scagel

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    a work of art

    if that blade design is a Crashblades original

    put a patent on it
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    Dang! that is sweet!!! All around sweet!!!
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    One of my favorites to date! Good Job!
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    Do you use a chemical to etch the name on there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    Do you use a chemical to etch the name on there?
    Here's the way I do it. http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...ark-On-A-Knife
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    That turned out great Crash.
    I had a compass, but without a map, it's just a cool toy to show you where oceans and ice are.

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    Wow, You not gonna use that one are you?
    Very nice!
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    This was kind of an experiment with Crashcarta spacers (and my first attempt with an antler). They are really a messy (real messy) pain in the butt to make, but I like the way they turned out. Now I have to play around with colors.
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    Looks Super ,Love the Change With the Spacers and the Use Of The Micarta and Antler.

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