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  1. i have a knife that I made from a Farriers Rasp. 9 3/4” OAL, 4 3/4” Blade length, not quite 3/16” thick. 90° spine, Birdseye Maple scales with G10 liners. I used stock removal method and heat treated and tempered. Patina is starting to form, but I have not done anything to force it. Includes the mixture Coyote Brown kydex sheath with black leather belt loop backer, $60 shipped, PayPal is preferred, but will except cash or money orders as well.
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  2. beestokk

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    You do nice work and very fair prices!

     


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  3. Thank you sir!

     

  4. Awesome! I’d love to see one in full flat grind.

     

  5. Well I annealed two more rasps this weekend. Zoe is 1/4 thick and I’m going to attemp a mid sized tracker out of the other is 3/16 thick that I will be turning into a slightly larger version of this one. May have to try a full flat grind on it.

     


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    Looking forward to that tracker!

     

  7. Going to DC this weekend, so it will be the following weekend before I start anything.

     


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  9. Just back from DC price drop bump to $65 shipped

     

  10. Final price drop bump, $60 shipped. Will remove the morning of the 17th if it has not sold by then

     


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  11. Do you know the Rockwell # for the heat treat?
    Nice job.

     


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  12. I do not. I know it is pretty hard. I quenched it in Veg oil, then ran it threw the oven at 400° for one hour. It was a nice straw color when removed after the second cycle. Thank you!

     

  13. $50 shipped, will be removed tomorrow

     





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