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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3530

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martinlind wrote:
soon i will be ordering some ceramic stones but does anyone knows where i can get them in europe so i dont need to pay for the extra taxes from usa??

:cheer: Nice job!

If you are looking for the 1200/1600 ceramics you could try Peter in Germany - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Benoit in France - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . They might have them in stock. If you are looking for the new Coorstek cermaics, so far as I know those aren't out to dealers yet so those will have come from WE direct.
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3532

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I happened to ask them recently. Benoit was out of stock and expected to remain so for a while. However, according to his site, Peter has them in stock again since a few days.

Both are reliable guys, by the way. I've done business with both of them.
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3534

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great thanks all.
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3535

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i made this one today, its a hunter mod. from seved (sweden)steel rwl-34 and i have put some giraff bone scales on it. I think it came out real nice and i will test it when the hunting starts.

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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3552

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Hey Martin,

This new knife looks great - nice work!
--Clay Allison
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3580

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This knife i made for about 4 years ago, the blade is from a danish custom blade maker Paul Strande, and the handle is made with darker stained birsh, jakaranda and silver inlay and for a cople of days ago it has a wicked edge 19 degrees on it. I dont juse this knife thats sad, but i think its to beautiful and im a litle afraid of damage it.

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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3582

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Incredible! That is absolutely magnificent, Martin! You think you've had the most beautiful knives (I liked the RWL-34 / giraffe bone knife very much, too) and then this one comes by! What can we expect next? :lol:
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3608

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mark76 wrote:
Incredible! That is absolutely magnificent, Martin! You think you've had the most beautiful knives (I liked the RWL-34 / giraffe bone knife very much, too) and then this one comes by! What can we expect next? :lol:

+1 - keep them coming!
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 1 month ago #3609

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PS - I love the light reflecting off the knife edge onto the paper in the bottom (last??) shot :woohoo:
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Re: i´ll now what i will be doing ....... 2 years 3 weeks ago #3787

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i keep posting some of my knives:blush:
this "fat" blade is made of seved (bladesmith in sweden) after my skiss, its rwl-34 steel
total lenght: 22,5cm
blade height :4cm
thick :10mm so it is a realy fat beast:P full flat and convex edge,
i sharpend it about 2 weeks ago and its scary sharp with 22-21-20 degrees edge, finish it with my homemade leather strops to almost a mirror edge.

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