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As some of you are aware from Cap's thread http://www.tngunowners.com/forums/topic/80608-jon-graham-gmt-ss3-razel/ a lot of people are pimping their Jon Graham Razel midtechs.  Well, today was the day I got mine pimped out.  I am fortunate enough to have a friend who is friends with Jon, so I got to go up to Graham's shop and watch him pimp-out my Razel exactly how I wanted it.  He is a really great guy with some amazing skills.

 

He anodized the scales green, stonewashed them, and then came back with a bronze anodizing.  He also bronzed the clip, standoffs, and screws.  He then acid washed the blade, stonewashed it, and put a razor sharp edge on it.  I have already cut the crap out of myself with it.

 

Here are the results.

 

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I think it turned out pretty awesome.  This is the first, but not the last Graham knife in my collection.

 

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Oh, I find blade style very utilitarian.  From a tactical perspective, it is crazy sharp, so you can easily stab with it.  You can easily cut someone with a backhand swing without rotating the knife or your hand.

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nice knife, love it...I don't understand the clip, though how does that work?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5W7vhlewxQ

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