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Cool hatchet, and beautiful piece of wood!
Needle files, I got cheapo chinese diamond needle files from Harbor Freight or Tractor Supply.
Use a sharpie, color the Inside of the guard.
Almost made it in before the Smachet.
Seriously, grab a beer, or a few beers, and then google it.
Hours and hours of threads to peruse through.
Also look into Fredrich Dick series of knives, they make some well made cleaver hybrids.
A site sponsor Baryonyx Knife carries them....
I've come full circle too.
Mora, Opinel, SAK, and Chinese made Buck StockmanFTW.
I used to turn my nose up at anything less than $100.
I had a gap like that in mine. I dribbled epoxy through that gap before sanding them down.
After sanding them I gave them a few coats of minwax...
Looks just like the one I keep by my desk. I'd say it's legit.
I guess my original post does sound quite mall ninja like.
Just curious about the other offerings of House Handle.
I think I will order a...
From the video it appears that they heat treat and quench the entire head.
However, wouldn't the edge heat/cool faster than the other thicker...
Been looking for online reviews, and I havent found any.
I thought there might be some in the "blunt object/weapon" threads here and in...
This thread reminded me.
Anyone try House Handle's Tire Thumper?
Been thinking of getting an octagon one...or three
That thing is awesome!
Don't know what I'd do with it, but it's awesome!
I was out cruising other knife sites and ran across this.
I'm not associated to this other site, but I find what you have interesting and made a...
Thin vs thick.
Thin can be used for everything but breaking down primal cuts. Research Nakaris, thin vegetable knives that are awesome for what...
Better heat treat than other VG-10 that I've experienced from some of the Damascus Shun series with the VG-10 core, and less expensive....
I have several Imcasa machetes.
My most often used is the 14" bolo, it looks like a duckbill. Lots
Lots Of thin steel out front if you wanted to...
S7 would be my first choice, then A2
Chefs Knives to Go has a lot of great YouTube videos on the products that he offers.
Incredible stuff that is hard to find elsewhere on his site....
+1 for Tojiro
Incredible stuff for the money.
I'd love to see one of these made as a Council Tool offering, specifically their Velvicut line.