Be sure you post some finished pics & Pit we expect a full review with pics
Git yer money together Pit, it's in the tempering oven. A little grinding and a handle and we are alomst there? you wanted a orange handle right ??? LOL
Pit, it's pretty close.... hope ya like it... I set my name to follow the spine, I think on the next one I will keep it straight with the handle .... left some forge marks and a little scale along the spine for ya!!!!
Hey Mark that looks awesome buddy !!!
I let out a big sigh of relief when I saw it wasn't orange or pink !
very nice Mark... that came out great..
That's nice enough that it would still look good even in pink.
Awsome ! I can't wait to see it in use Looks heavy duty & tough as a tank !
Looks really nice
My avatar is my Grandaughter, Hanna, who is battling leukemia, and kicking it`s ass!.
Hey that looks perfect Mark, can't wait now !
To the other forumites let me just say that it is my belief that Mark actually wanted to keep this knife, he sent me a paypal addy with his name spelt wrong to try and stop me getting the money to him !!!!!
Mrs Pit worked it out so he ain't keepin it now !
Last edited by pitdog; 06-05-2010 at 07:14 PM.
that sheath came out great Mark... nice all around set up..
It wasn't the only thing I sent out wrong this week! I think this design is a winner, feels like you could chop all day long with it!!!
Pit, this thing is boxed and ready to head your way... the post office tells me that I can't send it with delivery confirmation cause it's going across the border.... But I am sending it Priority Mail....
Great looking blade! Good design and execution functional for all field tasks.
What is approx cost and wait time for a tool like that?
We have been working very hard on getting a consistant handle shape for the Booshway. After this weekend, I will have 7 of these to grind out, one which is spoken for by MrBear and two others that are paid for...
I have always been more of a one-off type guy, just building what ever I want. This will not work if I have popular models, such as the Booshway. While we work out the growing pains of being popular, we will try to get as consistant as we can! this way you the customer will get a product you expect.
I am seriously considering getting the WSK and the Boosway water jet cut. The handles will be consistant and it will free up some time in the shop. I will still forge the blade. Feel free to post your thoughts ...
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