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In light of recent purchases and not having carried this knife much, I'm looking to move it along. It is a very well made knife as the pictures...
If you are careful you might try rounding the edges of the tang to give a little more give on the movement. You’d have to find a pretty small file...
One out of two.
They have a long history and the patterns are very traditional. Beyond that I think they have declined in quality. It’s probably harder to get...
These two again today.
That one is going to look spectacular! Don't sweat the gaps. I can't even get a straightly ground blade out of Sheffield recently.
Collector Knives has slips for fixed blades. I have on for a paring knife and it is very nice. Some even come with clips to hook onto your pocket....
Thank you, Jack! You have some nice ones on display, too. Is that lanyard bead damascus or mokume or something else?
Glenn is the magic man! Nice one Wharn.
Cool knife. I hope someone knows who made it.
Polishing compound probably.
Roasting in the humidity.
These two today. Fontenille Pataud Capuchadou in ebony and LaCombre three-finger fixed blade with a wicked brut de forge and forced patina on M390...
Just look for @tmd_87 's posts. He's using his all the time it seems.
This is what I see. Maybe I'm too naïve.
If any year would be best for a fixed blade it is 2020. Buck could churn out 400 of those before year’s end, I’d wager.
I love my 01 Bullnose. One of the first modifications I did.
Looks like a Darren photoshop special.
I'm hoping that new pattern is a sowbelly or a zulu spear (technically the esky zulu isn't GEC, right???)
Very Generous Giveaway! I'm not in, but I appreciate solitude (although I don't often get it these days).
Where I live now, you can sometimes get...