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Getting there. Still need to scrub down the brass with maroon pad
No beer was injured in this shot. Empty was used to transport selzer for wetting the grain
Still warm from sanding. Need 220 by hand now
Little Polar 75mm Scandi’s. The Koa is ready for 220 hand sanding after the scabbard gets glued
Pickled Marlin and Ramsfoot fresh off the bench. Love this knife, never carried it because I was afraid of spoiling the shine.
Then I remembered...
You are by far the Puukko master. If you ever visit the US, I owe you a nice dinner for all the inspiration you give
These are the latest batch;
Moose Tip and Curly Birch with Lapiz Lazuli
Stabilized Elder Burl
Stacy, agreed. This is Olivewood, one continuous piece. The scabbard is thin and bulbous because this is a 3” blade and the whole thing sits in...
Finishing up new Puronvarsi 90mm Bull Blade in Karelian Birch with Ebony Scabbard. Had good lighting out back so I took a couple extra photos of...
Going to carry this one tomorrow. This one is a 2.5” Lauri Scandi Grind Pocket Puukko set in straight grained Koa. The Stainless Steel is...
Very nice. I see Coffin Bowie Handle inspiration but modernized with straight lines.
Best Regards from the Appalachian Valley
Carrying this one today. One solid piece of ebony except for the cocobolo trim
On the left, under the Swedish Mauser, M96 model made in 1906. Under that is a Kimber K22, an Anschutz 1416 set trigger, a CZ455 with match...
Offhand golfballs are tough. We use sandbags and high powered scopes. Have a 2x6 Burris on a SW 41 that hits golfballs at 100 yards on occasion...
This is what I carried yesterday. Also a 77mm Lauri but the handle and scabbard are cut from one continuous piece of Mango Burl so the grain...
Carrying a Pocket Puukko today. This one is a 3” (77mm) Lauri Scandi Grind. The handle is Moose tip and the scabbard is Hawaiian Curly Koa. As...