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Hey Lumberjocks
Posting another Ron Hock blade that I finished up recently. My first use of stabilized wood scales. Really impressed: dense, heavy, better hand feel when holding the knife and seems to give the finished knife a luster.
Thanks for checking out the Ron Hock knife. The knife holder today is my a nail driving block used by grandkids. Teaching them to drive nails in to endgrain is a real confidence builder. ne

Never to young to learn how to work with your hands.
Thx
Greg

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I thought that was a new idea for a cutting board! Nice knife, though.
 

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I like the block as much as the knife - which I like very much. Coupled with your hammer rack post, I thought you'd only have Damascus steel. :)
 

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That knife looks great, but the block is a work of art ;)
 

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Very cool knife and block. Both are works of art!
 

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Real nice looking knife, Greg. Great kitchen knife!!

Cheers, Jim
 

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a very beautiful handle from very nice wood GREAT JOB :<)))))))
 

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Looks like it came out great. I recently build three sets of scales for Japanese knives I gave to my adult kids. Not as easy as it seems.
 

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Great project, thank you for sharing! The scales look great. Walnut?
 
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