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    Finished up this machete.

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    Oh, man. Sweet. Nothing like knife porn in the morning.
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    Crash,
    That is absolutely beautiful!! As gamers would say pure eye candy.
    The 8 pins on the beautiful wood scales is a beautiful touch. It appears to have 2 belt loops to support 2 mounting angles.

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    Definitely sweet knife porn accompanied by morning coffee!

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    Really like the shape of that blade. I would keep in a display case it's just to purty to throw behind the seat of the truck. Beautiful.
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    Looks really nice. What handle wood is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerXanatos View Post
    Looks really nice. What handle wood is that?
    This is from a very thick chunk of Dymond Wood.
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    Very nice Crash!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    This is from a very thick chunk of Dymond Wood.
    I never heard of Dymond wood; so I did a search.

    "Dymondwood" is the tradename for a product that was produced by Rutland Plywood. Essentially, it is a lamination of very thin veneers, usually birch, impregnated with a resin. The designation Walnut, Cocobolo, etc refers to the color of stain used, not the species of wood. It is a very stable product. Unfortunately, the Rutland factory was destroyed by fire about a year ago. As a result, the future supply of Dymondwood is in doubt.
    https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/...dwood.1308791/

    I'm retired and love being retired. However, there are moments when I'm bored. I found this that fits me to a T: "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." As I've never heard of Dymond wood, I looked it up.

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