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Winner of the International Metal My Way competition by Metal Supermarkets, this Wheel of Time inspired Dagger is composed of a 5-layer gomai layout. There are 130 layers of 1084 / 15n20 and a bold section of copper leading into a 15n20 cutting edge.

The guard and spacers are patinated mild steel, brass/copper/brass, stabilized Manitoba maple, ending with a brass and mild steel pommel.

  • Blade Show Rundown

    Blade Show Rundown

    Thursday - Touch Down! With a direct flight from Winnipeg, Manitoba, I arrived in Atlanta at 1 pm and got to my Airbnb around 4, ahead of my housemates Matt...

    Blade Show Rundown

    Thursday - Touch Down! With a direct flight from Winnipeg, Manitoba, I arrived in Atlanta at 1 pm and got to my Airbnb around 4, ahead of my housemates Matt...

  • Justin Lamoureux interview on CTV Morning Live

    Justin Lamoureux interview on CTV Morning Live

    I was up early for my January 3rd interview with CTV Morning Live, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I ended up being quite early for the interview but, that gave me time...

    Justin Lamoureux interview on CTV Morning Live

    I was up early for my January 3rd interview with CTV Morning Live, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I ended up being quite early for the interview but, that gave me time...

  • Metal My Way Winner

    Metal My Way Winner

    I received an email last week announcing that I had won the best knife for the the Metal My Way contest. Now, I'm waiting for my invite to go on...

    Metal My Way Winner

    I received an email last week announcing that I had won the best knife for the the Metal My Way contest. Now, I'm waiting for my invite to go on...

  • AEB-L Stainless Steel Coating

    AEB-L Stainless Steel Coating

    I'm working on a run of 20 knives right now. It's the biggest run of knives that I've ever done but I think that this is probably the best way...

    AEB-L Stainless Steel Coating

    I'm working on a run of 20 knives right now. It's the biggest run of knives that I've ever done but I think that this is probably the best way...

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