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    Doug Fir sapling (dry) and a puukko blade from Lauri of Finland.


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    Nice lauri. I've got one, but I cant figure out how to make the bolster with the way the tang is ground. Do you just live with the gap, or is there a secret to making it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munky88 View Post
    Nice lauri. I've got one, but I cant figure out how to make the bolster with the way the tang is ground. Do you just live with the gap, or is there a secret to making it?
    Well...there is a small gap where the spine meets the bolster, but it's very small and I just figure it's how the knife looks. I can't see that it is functionally relevant. The gaps around the blade filled up nicely with silver solder. Past that, I don't know.

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    Here's some from last spring with the Mini Muk I made.

    Vic Rambler for comparison.
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    ^ i laughed when i saw just how mini that mini muk is... and now i want one....
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    Hey zhang, cool to see more of the Breeden-knife....
    I have one too and love the way that knife feels..
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickortizzle1035 View Post
    ^ i laughed when i saw just how mini that mini muk is... and now i want one....
    Yeah,it's a cute little bugger ain't it?Thanks man.
    I just made it for S&Gs,made from a bandsaw blade,scrap micarta & copper wire for pins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joezilla View Post


    Thanks,I got a good chuckle out of that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mykel m View Post
    Yeah,it's a cute little bugger ain't it?Thanks man.
    I just made it for S&Gs,made from a bandsaw blade,scrap micarta & copper wire for pins.
    Please tell me you made a sheath for it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickortizzle1035 View Post
    Please tell me you made a sheath for it!
    No sheath yet,I did find some real thin leather,but I don't look forward to sewing something that small.
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    I have been practicing a lot at making quality feather sticks, and I finally have some I feel are worth posting.
    This first one was done mostly with the O1 Golok pictured.

    This one I just finished while the kids were playing in the yard. The knife is my 5" bushcrafter pattern.


    The wood is Cedar from my parents place.
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    If you have an idea of something you would like made, email me. I am open to most any design.

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    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
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    couldn't find anything bigger around here.


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    How about a tiny Feather stick with tiny curls
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    Hello Folks,

    I posted this over on the Fiddleback Forge Forum as well.

    This is the Arete's first time out, albeit brief. The knife was very comfortable and controllable in the hand and sliced very well. It did not have a tendency to bite or dig deep into the wood which made producing shavings much easier. It was a real pleasurable time indeed.

    I hope you enjoy.

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    Hello Folks,

    Similar to my previous post, this is the Creekster's (Battle Creek Knives) first time out, albeit brief. I used the knife to drill a hole and produce some shavings or feather sticks. We got along very well!

    I hope you enjoy.

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