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Benjamin Rial




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PostPosted: Sun 16 Sep, 2012 9:50 am    Post subject: Some Recent Knives         Reply with quote

Here are a couple of knives I finished fairly recently.

The first is a sax with brass guard and pins and an antler handle. Blade is 1095.

Second is a medium sized bowie style knife in 1095 with brass guard and pins and a black walnut grip. Pin arrangement was to customer's desires.

Third is a heavy duty utility knife in A2 tool steel with black walnut scales and hollow brass pins.

The fourth is a modern kitchen utility/paring knife. The blade is ATS-34 stainless steel, the bolster and pins are brass and the grip is blue-green dymondwood. It is differentially heat treated with a very hard edge (60-61 rc) and a softer back and tang.

Comments/questions are welcome. Thanks for looking.



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