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Mogster

01-09-2017 20:51:19




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My wife wanted one of those funky Japanese cutters. I picked up a broken circular saw blade (from a place I used to work at) used for cutting steel tubing and had a piece of a limb from a tree that fell over in a storm about three years ago.




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Mogster

01-10-2017 18:03:38




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
It was fun to make.I like the look of the Russian olive wood after I oiled it



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CGID

01-10-2017 18:27:16




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-10-2017 18:03:38  
My first reply was made in haste. Now that I have more time, I can tell you that's a great use of an old blade. They would probably sell well at a fair.



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heavyhaulertoo

01-10-2017 17:06:38




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
we have one wife focks gave us on there trip to Alaska cut her selve putting it back on wood holder 4 stiches on two fingers,



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JMS/.MN

01-10-2017 15:49:43




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
We picked one up on our Alaska trip in 2014....an ulu is a very handy cutting instrument...use it a lot.



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Fullers Farmalls

01-10-2017 12:01:55




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
That looks like an Ulu, they are naive to Alaska not Japan. Great knife for skinning and preparing lots of other game.



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Texasmark1

01-10-2017 07:26:05




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
The beauty of a gift and a personalized gift at that: Every time she uses it she will be thinking of you......even when she cuts herself......naw, just kidding. Nice work.



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rrlund

01-10-2017 06:50:41




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
Looks good. Maybe you can turn it in to as big an empire as John Deere did with a broken saw blade.



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Mike(NEOhio)

01-10-2017 06:38:05




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
It's also called a "mezza luna", half moon.



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Guido

01-10-2017 11:29:17




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mike(NEOhio), 01-10-2017 06:38:05  
Hello Mike(NEOhio),


I am glade you are exercising you Italian muscles, but no aItalian would be cought dead with one of those HE!HE! Its a Eskimo knife called a ulu......

Guido.



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Mike(NEOhio)

01-10-2017 13:39:48




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 Re: Home made in reply to Guido, 01-10-2017 11:29:17  
Learn something every day. Whatever called, ulu or funky Japanese thing, it's a good looking and functional tool.



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larry@stinescorner

01-10-2017 04:57:36




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
nice job!!



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Geo-TH,In

01-10-2017 04:26:23




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
My boy bought a round knife like you made, about 16 inches long, It works great for cutting pizza.

When it comes to knifes, I buy what's cheap. My boy is just the opposite.

For my birthday he gave me a pocket knife, told me not to lose it. So I put it in the arm rest of my truck. Used it once and it was extremely shape, cut myself. Then I googled knife, $150. No wonder he told me not to lose it.

Years later for Christmas, I regifted the knife, gave it back to him. He was happy. Absolutely nuts to pay $150 for a pocket knife.

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Adirondack case guy

01-10-2017 07:18:18




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 Re: Home made in reply to Geo-TH,In, 01-10-2017 04:26:23  
But George; Just think of all the money he made by paying for it with his credit card. HeHe Loren



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Geo-TH,In

01-10-2017 09:35:36




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 Re: Home made in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-10-2017 07:18:18  
Yes, he was a good student, but loves expensive knifes. I like making something out of nothing. Feels good saving money. Don't you agree? Been waiting on progress report on wood hauler .



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gtractorfan

01-10-2017 04:02:27




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
Reminds me of a "rolling knife" I saw advertised, complete round circle, open in the middle with a handle that lets the rolling knife rotate within.



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old

01-09-2017 21:17:45




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
CGID has it right. I have one of those that was given to me for Christmas and even came wit ha catalog for ordering them



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PAGlenn

01-09-2017 21:11:41




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
Nice job!



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CGID

01-09-2017 20:56:20




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 Re: Home made in reply to Mogster, 01-09-2017 20:51:19  
Natives in S.E. Alaska used knives like that; called them ulues.



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