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I reduced the surface of the O1 blade flank by mixing up flat and hollow grinds.

 it stropps and sharpens easier and faster to a non bevel sharpness.

Due to the climate and the dazzling tropical sun, the surface of the horn developed a beautiful texture and lightened up the subtle green color

...one of the cases where "destruction" causes beauty.

It has a copper ferrule and the tang is riveted on the butt.

Sheath is made of a bamboo stalk copper and ray skin.....

Blade length is 90 mm and 205 mm overall.

Cheers

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Lovely knife. I like the rough look on the horn.

(On scrolling quickly through the topics, I read your subject line a 'Buffalo steak'. I thought we might have a BBQ recipe).

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