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    Default New And Old Knife Acid Etched

    I Used a PCB Acid Etching Soulition The Knife Was Etched for 2 -30 Min, Dips then Buffed and Polished On Buffing Wheels
    Came Out Really Well Nice Deep Etch .I Used Nail Polish to Block Out What I Didn't Want to Be Etched.
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    The Knife Is a Boot Style Knife With Cherry Wood Handle And Stainless Steel Pins.
    The Top Edge Has Also Been Sharpened
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    It got sunburned and it's starting to peel isn't it? That's a bold look. It's a bit random for me. But that doesn't detract from the craftsmanship at all. I'll bet you could make some amazing scenes with that process.

    I cold blued a couple of Moras this afternoon to help protect the carbon blades and to knock down the shine.

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    Nice work. Cool process.
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    I like the style, good look!
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    Nice work - thanks for the etching information.
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