Here's that Fighter I'm working on - it's the same as I've been making but with the addition of a milled groove that I then grind to. My problem is that my left elbow has problems and isn't as strong as my right one so I can't grind in a straight line! I was so mad the other night trying to get it straight with the 60-grit belt I threw the knife across the grinding room, but tonight finally got he idea to use a slower turning 220-grit belt to fix it. Here's the whole knife - 6" blade, 12" OAL: Here's the milled grooves and how straight I got the grinds: Way better than before I used the 220 but I still wish they were better. Lately I'm not happy with anything, especially this CPM D2 I'm using. It's so rough and pitted getting any kind of a finish on it takes way too much work! I have to literally run the knife blank over the 60-grit belt to take all the crap off and then start with 100-grit on the disk sander to make it look good at all. And rust? This stuff rusts like O1!