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    Default Buckeye enzo in d2

    Here it is,

    nothing special just a simple user (as always)

    thought i'd go for bog standard barrel shaping for the handle. fittings are nickel and front bolts have brass inserts in the middle of the nickel (very hard to see)






    looks like there are some blemishes in the nickel, but as most of you know shadows are a pain.

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    Nice bit of kit , whish I had the skill to manufacture a handle like that.
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    veeeeery nice. I really like that knife alot, good work

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    Nice clean lines, how are you finding the D2 ?

    What's the 'buckeye enzo' - I don't think I've seen that before?
    It goes well with the red liners tho'

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    Nice piece that.

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    Enzo is the name of the blade manufacturer and the wood is californian buckeye burl!

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    Default Swan River mahogany

    Ah, thanks, I'd not come across either, and wondered if it was a kinda colloquial term for the wood - err, like Jarrah being called Swan River mahogany ...

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