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Thread: My Eskabar's New Look

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukrui View Post
    Thanks, I recommend jumping the ring. It gives you that little extra grip for your pinky.
    thanks for the tip I would have never thought of that

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    Very nice indeed !

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    That is nice thanks for the ideas.

  4. #24
    Nice job! That looks very nice.

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    I did something similar in my but I suffer with rust because my city is humid!

    Nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukrui View Post
    Hi everyone. I just wanted to show what I have done to my Eskabar.

    Here it is at work yesterday. I added the jimping along the spine a few weeks ago.
    Hi, well done! How did you do the jimpings? I tried with a file but they do not look so perfect as yours.




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    Verrry nice work Jukrui. The knife looks badass now.

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    Excellent work! As others have said, the jimping turned out great. I've got a pretty crappy jimp job on my 14 and 13 that I did with a dremel.

  9. #29
    Losvedese, I would recommend stripping the coating. My jimping looked much better after that. Then really smooth out the file work with some rolled up sandpaper. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukrui View Post
    Losvedese, I would recommend stripping the coating. My jimping looked much better after that. Then really smooth out the file work with some rolled up sandpaper. Good luck.
    For the moment I won't strip the coating because I like it; I'm looking for a rounded file to finish the job and give it a better look, then I'll use the sandpaper as you suggested.
    Thanks for your suggestions.

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    That looks really great. Awesome thread OP, thanks for sharing

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