Separate names with a comma.
Let's say you have a very rare Case (Remington, Schrade, etc.) knife, except the blade is seriously worn down.
Why, you get Bubba the welder to...
As I said, that's counterfeiting-even if you don't look at it as such.
You will need a sturdy, fixed base for your stone.
Sure- but I can think of no other reason than I stated above.
Filework looks best when it is polished, in my opinion. Filling it up with epoxy is the easy way out. What if you do filework on a blade?
Generally, blade welding is done to replace a worn out/broken blade onto a tang that has a valuable stamp.
Otherwise, you could just make a new blade.
What you are describing is generally considered counterfeiting.
Grind the back (spine) of the blade down, so the tip is below the liners.
Don't. At that price, buy a Grizzly 2 X 72.
Something to think about:
Using the soap/water/alcohol or just alcohol cleaning method leaves the knife stripped of any corrosion inhibitors. If...
Unfortunately, I don't have the time to do rehandles right now.
Heat treating discolors steel.
$40 is worth getting the slower speed.
Cushing's reply is spot on!
You glued both the bolster and handle to the liner?
I just do mine by hand.
It's a lot simpler.
You're not a liar. You're just ignorant.
You have your mind made up, and you won't be confused by facts.
Heck, since you and Gil are such big...
Do you have any experience with trademarks? Do you have a trademark?
Because you perceive something to be trademarked, or someone told...
I'm sure the names are trademarked, but I doubt the knives are.
My Leverletto name is trademarked, but it doesn't cover the design.
Not without removing the spring from the knife.