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    Default A Few Finger Knives In The Works

    Working on a few smaller knives.

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    Those are small only if you do not know how big Crash's paw actually is!

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    Those look great Crash , I love your "mycarta" too , good job.
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    Those are my style. My chubby little paw would fit those guys. You did a great job as usual.

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    excellent as always.

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    Great Looking Blades to Add to your Ever growing Designs .Love the Micarta's In the Black and Red .
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    Stats Crash?

    Great looking knives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter View Post
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    Great looking knives.
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    Oh, you meant the knives....

    Blade - from a 30" sawmill blade, most likely L6.
    Blade length - 3-1/2"
    Blade width - 7/8"
    Blade thickness - 1/8"
    Overall length - 7-1/4"
    1/8" brass pins
    Crashcarta - linen, denim and paper
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    Nice knives once again. Like to see knives in this size range here. Really like the red and black scales on the one.

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    Wonderful looking set.
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    very nice you just keep getting better

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
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    Get a compass.

    Good sized knife. May I suggest a buttoned pouch sheath for them? That size knife is perfect for them.
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    I've got small pouch sheaths drying for them as I type. The leather I used was fairly thick, and I cut out quite a few of them. I'll keep your idea in mind for when I have some thinner leather. Thanks.
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    Very nice work around a sound design.
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    Crash, do you actually do the chroming on the ones with the chrome blades?

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    They are just steel that has been sanded.......a lot and then buffed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    They are just steel that has been sanded.......a lot and then buffed.
    Man they look like plated chrome!

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    The polishing looks great but it also effects performance by reducing drag. Less drag = higher performance.
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