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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-29-2018, 02:12 AM
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So I got the remaining three cut out last night. I like the middle two but the bottom one needs to go on a diet. It's just a little bigger than I'd like for a hunting knife.

They all look great. The second one is my favorite
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Bearklr, one of the things I do when starting a new pattern is set and handle the blade in all sorts of positions I may use it, over and over again. This will let you make minor adjustments to the profile. You will find that not all patterns will fit every hand.

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Bearklr, one of the things I do when starting a new pattern is set and handle the blade in all sorts of positions I may use it, over and over again. This will let you make minor adjustments to the profile. You will find that not all patterns will fit every hand.
The last one, the point on the bottom of the handle might bother you after using if you have big hands like mine. Feel it and see The others are rounded doesn't have to be a lot to feel good. Thanks keep up the good work they look nice. I was picking one out for the next knife swap!!!

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