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Discussion in 'David Mary Custom' started by David Mary, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. David Mary

    David Mary KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Jul 23, 2015
    Greetings BFFs, this is one of the last three sawmill bladesteel blanks I had made. I am completely out of sawmill steel and after this knife, I have only two other blanks left that I had made from it.

    Inspired by designs from Winkler knives, this one is big, thin, light and fast in the hand for its great size, and super duper slicey with its near zero full height convex grind.

    Specs:

    Steel: 1080ish reclaimed sawmill blade steel
    Hardness: Heat treated for RC 57-58.

    Stock Thickness: 3 mm

    Overall Length: 14 3/4"
    Cutting Edge: 9"

    Geometry: Full height zero ground convex, chef knife levels of thinness behind the edge. Though not what I would call a hard use chopper, it's going to be great as a camp, food prep, utility, or fighting knife. Yard work? Without even batting an ... knives don't have eyelashes do they...

    Weight: 13.2 oz, super light for a knife over a foot long and such a tall blade

    Handle: Natural maple, treated with mineral oil, secured by carbon fiber pins

    Sheath: Desert tan Kydex

    Asking $125

    Price is via PayPal G&S (I will provide the email address in private messaging) and includes expedited shipping with full tracking and insurance.

    First "I'll take it" gets priority. Upon payment, please also confirm your shipping address.

    Thank you for looking!

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  2. woodysone

    woodysone Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 21, 2005
    Looks like a beast but that thin it should be a real cutter.;):)
     
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  3. David Mary

    David Mary KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Jul 23, 2015
    Oh, she cuts!

    I forgot to mention I radiused the spine for comfort, so don't expect to make fuzz sticks with this one.
     
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