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It made the rounds at the Wanenmachers Arms Show in Tulsa that R.W. had 6 months to live. Every body was going by to visit with him. I don't know...
I use the same configuration of saw but a Jet. I wore the first one out after 19 years and this one has been going 16 years and no problems. One...
Check crazy_fiber and see if it is theirs. Ukrainian micarta maker.
Use a coarse belt so it will grind fast and take it off as the others said.
I just read that Jerry Fisk reported Bill passed yesterday.
If you want bigger stuff check out your John Deere repair shop. I have the load shaft 5160 that was given to me from my local place. it's 1 1/4 to...
Bruce Bump's son!
3/32 pins need #40 drill bit, 1/8 needs #30 drill bit, 1/4 needs F drill bit
Handle work is no different than sanding on a blade. You need to sand at an angle to previous grit to see the scratches.
Ted Miller may have been the originator for the design but if I remember correctly he passed in the 90s and one of his helpers continued making...
You must have small hands because I would like it that long. Especially with that big a bladed knife.
I know some that use a 1/16 inch pin laterally through the multipart spacers to make sure they are solid.
I haven't talked to him in a couple of years. He was normally a regular at the Oklahoma City gun shows. he had built him a new shop about five...
I always went by the rule get it hot then soak for another 20 minutes.
I use some 3/32 plastic and 1/16 sheet metal that I make the most made templates out of.
Muriatic then come back with ferric to color it.
Medium speed and hit and with draw to keep the drilling cleaned out. They can build up pressure in the hole and blow back at you.
I haven't the O1 but have got D2 and been happy with their product. Anything ordered above $100 was free shipping also.
I will disagree with you3fifty 7 on the edge. yes once sharpened they will be uniform but using two different metals they will not wear away at...
To me I would rather have alignment like shown in the picture. As each layer crosses the edge, it gives it a serrated affect on your cutting edge.