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templehound

Ramco 07

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The 130 mm long blade is made from O7 (1.2519).

Bolsters and pins are copper and for the scales I took rams horn.

 Oververall length is 265 mm.

Cheers

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Beautiful knife.  The attention to detail and interest created by the bolster and handle lines is superb.  One day I will achieve half this quality....when I start making knives that is.

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I love the finish you achieve on your blades. This one looks like a beautiful brand new antique. And I really love the profile. 

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Novam1a, Stormcrow, Bhutton, Tubalcain2, Thank You very much!

On 12/2/2016 at 2:20 AM, Tubalcain2 said:

are u taking apprentices?B) great work as always.

Well, if You come that far from Tennesee to Thailand I would not send You home without having a knife together done.

Thanks, pal !:D

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On 12/4/2016 at 3:10 AM, boisdarc said:

Wow, another great knife. So far, everything you've posted has been great. Thank you.

Thank You boisdarc, my pleasure!

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Not sure what I like most about your posts/knives; your trademark use of a checkering file, that great patina you achieve on your blades, or the awesome background textures younusenin your photography! 

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