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Thread: I need two panels of Same

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    Same panels

    Hey folks , I have a project going and I need a couple of panels. It doesnt have to be top notch...a sword that gets used a lot...sources ????

    Thanks
    Dwight Pilkilton

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    See if you can get scraps of same skins from Ted Tenold. E-mail can be had through the website in my signature.

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    Thank You Jessie

    I emailed Ted.

    Dwight Pilkilton

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    I need two panels of Same

    Anyone have any laying around that you can help me out with ? Nothing fancy , this is my Kata Sword and I am rewraping the handle and want to replace the 20 year old panels.

    email me at

    fmjbt@bellsouth.net

    Thanks
    Dwight Pilkilton

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    Threads merged.

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    Re: I need two panels of Same

    Originally posted by Dwight Pilkilton
    Anyone have any laying around that you can help me out with ? Nothing fancy , this is my Kata Sword and I am rewraping the handle and want to replace the 20 year old panels.

    email me at

    fmjbt@bellsouth.net

    Thanks
    Dwight Pilkilton
    Hey, Dwight.

    E-mail me your shipping address. I thought I had already sent off all my extra scraps (to another forumite incidentally) but I just realized I had a extra few scraps that I had forgotten about. So I went out and checked and voila, a couple pieces that should work fine. What's the tsuka length? So Dwight, send me your address and I'll drop 'em in the mail.

    Hope you don't mind really high grade scraps... One I think is a remnant from a $150 skin...
    Keith Larman
    Summerchild Polishing and Modertosho Modern Japanese Swords
    "They say I have ADD, but ... Hey, look, a chicken!"

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    Thank you Keith

    the wooden core is 9 1/2 inches long (small hands ;-)

    I really apprecieat this, my first attempt at tying Tsunami , we learn everyday.

    Dwight Pilkilton
    238 James Place
    Florence AL 35630

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