This was supposed to be some kind of a replica of the Gough mkIII knife, which doesn't have a curved spine, but this stupid quarantine stopped me from buying proper steel, and the leaf spring I had limited me to a hidden tang. Then I did some stupid mistakes and that reduced the width, and I ended up with that. The walnut piece I had made me do a straight handle. As I said, the knife is made from scraps. I don't pull the shapes out of my ass usually. This one was the exception. I normally get a shape that was created by people who know their stuff much better than me. I will make another knife this week, and I will show it to you. I think that I can dig up a decent piece of steel, not a recycled one like this. I think I have some 1095 left. I will do a better job I promise. Full tang this time. Tell me what thickness would be good for this kind of knife. I am thinking of a copper bolster. Thanks for your time.