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Dang it!!!! I thought for a second that you finally posted some of your work.
I went through the same thing. If you are using 1/4 inch thick scales, flatten them down to about 1/8 at the thinnest point, and don’t go any...
Thank you! You do a great job also and I wish you the best.
I say no to credit cards. The plant I work at runs 24/7 and my position (Plant Technician) requires around the clock monitoring. Right now my...
If it’s any consolation, I’m pulling close to 70 hours a week at a desk job, and I’m up to my eyeballs in debt at the age of 39. I’m a hobbyist...
That’s quite a rib sticker you have there.
Yikes!!! The guy didn’t only get paid for a job he didn’t do, but he ruined the finish on one of your knives. Imo the guy should at least refund...
I like that forums knife.
Thank you!!! This one will definitely find its way into my carry rotation.
This one is weird because the only stamp on the blade is 493. It doesn’t have a logo other than what’s on the bolsters.
Hello everyone, I received this Tree Brand Barlow in a trade. I have never seen one like this before, but I really like it since I’m a fan of...
When this happens, just move up to the next bit size and drill it again. The epoxy will fill in around your pins so it won’t hurt anything.
This one has a 1084 carbon steel blade, black G10 liners, G10 pins, and a brass guard.
Probably VG10!!! I have had mixed experiences with it. I have sharpened D2, ZDP189, S30V, etc but VG10 gave me the most trouble for some reason.
Thank you!!! I still get nervous about taking off too much material, so my designs tend to look a little chunky sometimes.
Here’s a hunting knife I’m working on. This one has a 5160 carbon steel blade, padauk scales, green liners, and stainless steel steel pins. I’m...
I use canola oil, so mine smells like I’m making French fries. :D