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Hand sanding this san mai kitchen knife. It has and s-grind and the san mai looks awesome. Can’t wait to get it finished. ...

Very happy with the way this turned out. I made this san mai on my @coalironworks 16+ press and my rolling mill. Expect more pictures to come over the next week. It is spoken for, here are the details.
• 26c3 core / 410 stainless jacket san mai
• Ivory G10 by @norplexmicarta
• Westinghouse micarta liners
• Natural micarta pins
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Did a quick test etch and am very pleased. Now to finish etching, then add my makers mark and finish it in some instant coffee. I’ll post more pics when I’m done. ...

Off the grinder and ready for hand sanding the spine. ...

Ok, last one of this knife. It is spoken for. Here are the details.
• 1084/410 san mai
• Desert ironwood scales
• 1/8” OD green canvas micarta liners
• Natural canvas micarta pins and lanyard tube
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Another one complete. I really enjoy working with san mai. It is spoken for. Here are the details.
• 1084/410 san mai
• Desert ironwood scales
• 1/8” OD green canvas micarta liners
• Natural canvas micarta pins and lanyard tube
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Another one finished up and delivered. It is a modified Tanner model. The core steel split at the spine and I had to grind it out. Really happy with the new profile It is spoken for. Here are the details.
• 80crv2/410 San mai
• Dyed maple scales with black and white G10 liners
• stainless pins and lanyard hole.
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