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    What a batch is like


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    Hey, guys
    I'm doing a new video series on what it's like for me to do a batch of knives.
    I'll let the videos speak for themselves.
    This is day one.





    Thanks for watching.
    Iz

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    Smile

    Good iz nice too watch the wip

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    GOOD STUFF Iz!!!

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    Thanks, guys. I appreciate you watching!
    Iz

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    Iz, thanks for sharing with us! I started making knives myself a few months ago and I'm learning a few tricks from one of my most inspiring knifemaker

    The blue stuff you put on the blade is a good idea, what is it?

    What's the name of that song in the first vid?

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    Thanks, Doc! Glad to be of help, brother.
    The blue stuff is layout dye. Starett brand is what I'm using there and I've used dykem before and like it pretty good, too. You can get it at most knifemakers supply stores.
    That song is John the revelator and it's by Curtis Stigers and the Forest Rangers.
    Iz

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    Great stuff Iz, thanks for taking the time and effort to put these together for us buddy, much appreciated !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bindlestitch View Post
    Thanks, Doc! Glad to be of help, brother.
    The blue stuff is layout dye. Starett brand is what I'm using there and I've used dykem before and like it pretty good, too. You can get it at most knifemakers supply stores.
    That song is John the revelator and it's by Curtis Stigers and the Forest Rangers.
    Iz
    Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitdog View Post
    Great stuff Iz, thanks for taking the time and effort to put these together for us buddy, much appreciated !
    Thanks, Pit! I appreciate you watching, man.


    Here's the next and final episode. I apologize for not being able to finish this thing. Hopefully I can do a series on making the sere knife in the future.

    Iz

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    That was a very cool series Iz! Thank you for sharing a small part of what you do, and congrats again on the USAF job bro!

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    Thanks for watching, Tony!
    Iz

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