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    any one have any vulcanized fiber spacer material in red that they would not mind parting with. i can reimburse you for it. I went to jantz to get just one 5" x 10" chunk for like $0.90 and they wanted to charge me like $9.00 for shipping. what's up with that. they could just put it in a envelope and charge me the price of a stamp.

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    JT have you considered using silicone placemats? Also could RTV sealant ( the hardening kind) work? Maybe also possibly use a natural or dyed cork liner?

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    try texas knife supplyButch

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    mickley might be able to help you with that
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    Let me know what you need, I won't even charge you for the stamp. Call it pay back for the video.

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    I'm looking for some red, white, and blue. can you see where im going with this

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    I wonder what Randall uses for their blue, I don't remember having seen any before. I have red and white and you're welcome to what you need. The white is thinner than the red is, you may want to double it up.

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    I have brick red but I haven't found a source for bright red yet. I'm still looking. Well I did find one source but they wanted a minimum order of 200lbs - per color and thickness. If I don't find a different source for bright red soon, I'll be picking some (a lot) of that up.

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    use canvas layered up with epoxy in the thickness you want (did it with red a few times)

    also had done construction paper
    Lloyd Richard Harner III most people that know me just call me Butch

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    On my new 2nd Amendment Defender model i am going to put a spacer of red, white and blue between the tang and the carbon fiber. I'm thinking of doing a small production run of them and having everything water jet cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butcher_block View Post
    use canvas layered up with epoxy in the thickness you want (did it with red a few times)

    also had done construction paper
    I was thinking of the construction paper idea but did not have any. i was going to stoke it with light super glue as i use super glue to bond the handle material before i bolt everything together. i will try it, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTknives View Post
    I was thinking of the construction paper idea but did not have any. i was going to stoke it with light super glue as i use super glue to bond the handle material before i bolt everything together. i will try it, thanks.
    for this i like epoxy as you need ot make sure you get the paper wetted out before adding a layer to it

    then just clamp right to your block and its all right there for you to cut and shape
    Lloyd Richard Harner III most people that know me just call me Butch

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    Quote Originally Posted by butcher_block View Post
    for this i like epoxy as you need ot make sure you get the paper wetted out before adding a layer to it

    then just clamp right to your block and its all right there for you to cut and shape
    what kind of epoxy do you use?

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