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Great idea. With your grinds and heat treat on EAB-L, chef's knives will be perfect.
Gorgeous. As to the AEB-L, the santuko you made me gets used nearly every day and it slices veggies so cleanly they don't even know they've been cut.
Yeah. Browning is Uranus.
The moon has more trees than Plentywood.
And people think I'm joking when I talk about the wind in Cut Bank.
At least it ain't Browning or Plentywood.
If you make one with a lefty bevel we will need to talk.
The 66 and 67 Chargers are perhaps my favorite muscle cars.
I wish I still had this ol' girl.
Has Sarah ( @pertinux ) seen this?
Those scales are insanely good looking.
I shivered when I typed it.
What, you couldn't get Minot ND?
This thread should be renamed: Harry Made A Knife or How Little Johnny Won The Internet.
Those sheaths are as knice as the knives. Your leatherwork is amazing.
I'm not surprised that it kept it's edge. The ones I have are still lazers.
That one looks fantastic. Belly, point and stag. What else does one need?
I'd be seriously interested in an 11 inch version of this...
Perfect. Yeah, I'm sure we've talked about it but my memory ain't what it used to be.
Any chance of seeing a fat bellied blade something like this?