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Thank you all for the replies. I think I have what I need to order up HT services for these, now.
I didn't know there was a white #2. This is Blue #2. Thanks.
The stock is full width, waiting until it's HT'd as you say.
I purchased the steel solely due to its apparent popularity. Where should a fairly thin, sharpfinger type blade be HT'd to?
I will send it out to...
not to be confused with a post from a professional knife maker;
I've used "real" lemon oil on my stag Randall. It does seem to have helped with...
Those blades won't fit in a cigar box. There have been discussion on sources for boxes other than wood, mainly cardboard, or tubes IIRC.
I thought I liked my "mark", until I showed my work to Patricia at International Marking Group. I liked my stencils she created more than my...
I wonder if most of the sub-forum users understand how many newbies flinched and ran off when they called out a behavior, and not a person. ;)
Ask XXXX XXXXXXX to show you a knife 30 minutes after the doors open. Sorry, I intended the previous post to be nothing but levity.
I will not...
My favorite makers are always sold out when I get to their table. I only ever get to see pictures. ;) too late for april fools?
Thinking for myself, I could have gone with Che Chen or Osage here. Otherwise, it's majority rules.
damn shame it looks like another BOMB!
IS that a triple entrendre?
the bomb in on the 2012 forum knife. One I am happy to say has been recently replaced via a great deal. :D
I'm not sold on a repeat shield,...
I'd go for any of these. But Between Ironwood, and Blackwood, at this stage?
Thank you for the picture reference.
I would love those barlow's if not for the rediculous TC stamping all over the bolster. I'm still interested however.
Is it available still?
How about a simple "I'll take it". No PM. Please let me know. thank you.
I went with 3/8ths 1075 from Aldo the first time. I'd not like to find out what it would be like to do it in "super steel" any time soon.
Reduced down to its simplest form, in context. "Knifemaker" is a paid membership level, one required to present certain materials on Bladeforums,...
I can say that my experience mirrors Laurence's comments. I love my old Buffalo Drill press, and my Old Walker Turner is great when leveled, and...
The Manual seems to suggest testing your motor winding and or connections.