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Old 06-18-2014, 10:17 AM
Jeremy Jeremy is offline
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Lol thanks, Craig. I already traced the pattern onto some thin G10 and marked out several others to get cut out. I like the pattern and imagine making a few tweaks here and there. I flared the butt just a little bit to catch better/index on the pinky.

I figure I'm well on my way to learning with more "scrap" blades than finished ones .

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