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    That is really nice.

    In the spirit of svelte knives, I got this Ban tang Persian a couple of weeks ago (pic is by Ban Tang, it's much better than anything I could do)



    P.S. it's not double edged and it's feather light (.095" spine width)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondering Beard View Post
    That is really nice.

    In the spirit of svelte knives, I got this Ban tang Persian a couple of weeks ago (pic is by Ban Tang, it's much better than anything I could do)



    P.S. it's not double edged and it's feather light (.095" spine width)
    Very nice!
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    Watson knives HiTs and DE Pikal by Joe Watson


    Ban Tang push dagger.

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    My new Strider DB in CPM3V showed up today in the mail. Stout little blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDFIII View Post
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    My new Strider DB in CPM3V showed up today in the mail. Stout little blade.
    Thick or thin stock?

    I have the .25 and it is a boss. I've been debating jap wrapping it. I find the frags too big on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionsAndDragons View Post
    Thick or thin stock?

    I have the .25 and it is a boss. I've been debating jap wrapping it. I find the frags too big on it.


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    Mine is .250 stock. So it's the thicker one. I agree the frag grips are wide but I really like them so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDFIII View Post
    Mine is .250 stock. So it's the thicker one. I agree the frag grips are wide but I really like them so far.
    They are great as far as gloves use, but I think they are too much for me for CCW/EDC. I should really fix that. I love the knife.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionsAndDragons View Post
    Thick or thin stock?

    I have the .25 and it is a boss. I've been debating jap wrapping it. I find the frags too big on it.


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    Doing it yourself or having it sent off?

    If DIY, what resources (supplies and how-to guide) do you use? If sending it off, to whom? I have been considering doing the same for my knives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnionsAndDragons View Post
    They are great as far as gloves use, but I think they are too much for me for CCW/EDC. I should really fix that. I love the knife.


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    yes sir... I agree 100%. No way are they suitable for EDC use. I have a few Watson's with Jap wrap that are my normal EDC blades. Seeing the DB pop up this week I just couldn't resist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay585 View Post
    Doing it yourself or having it sent off?

    If DIY, what resources (supplies and how-to guide) do you use? If sending it off, to whom? I have been considering doing the same for my knives.
    I have used these videos before on a few of my knives. Might help you out.. or not. These are not the traditional style.

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