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  1. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Mix the first coat with some mineral turpentine 50/50 mix, rub it in really well and leave 24 hours to sink in. This mixture really gets deep into the wood and "moisturizers".
  2. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Welcome. That looks like a really good addition. You should be well pleased with that. And i reckon with some work and polishing and wax, those covers would look fantastic.🤝
  3. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    That is a very good observation. They are after all work knives. And the one major requirement for work knife is, getting and keeping an edge. Have a good weekend my friend.🤝
  4. cudgee

    Spear-Carriers!

    :eek::eek::eek: Go to the back of the class and stand in the corner young man.:thumbsup::).
  5. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    👌 👌 👌 The wood on that has so much character.:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::)
  6. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    I may be wrong and will gladly stand corrected, but if my memory serves me correctly, would you have nominated your Italian Sheepsfoot as your best/favorite 2020 forum knife addition in the competition run by Jack Black, if you had have had it for the correct period of time in line with the...
  7. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    Thanks for your reply. No " Toledo " is and old Australian company, now trading as Triden. This knife was made in Taiwan. Don't get me wrong, it is a sturdy well made knife, but not as good as the only Italian made knife i have. And yes welcome to the fold, Lambsfoot/Sheepsfoot are my favorite...
  8. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    You have a very good work knife there. I have a similar one, and it is a really sharp sturdy work knife. Not as good a quality as yours. These were once made in Australia, but like a lot of things now out sourced to Asia. But was very well priced, and a great go to knife for tough jobs.
  9. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    Nice wood on that one. Really pops.:)
  10. cudgee

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    You are correct on both counts. He is a kind and generous person, and a very talented wood worker. :thumbsup:
  11. cudgee

    Lets talk GEC!

    🤣 🤣 🤣 :thumbsup:
  12. cudgee

    Who still carries a Case Knife?

    That is a very special piece of history for you knowing the story.:)
  13. cudgee

    Who still carries a Case Knife?

    Wow, that is sensational bone.:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:👌👌👌
  14. cudgee

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    Mr Kent Rollins weekly video recipe last week was Oklahoma Fried Onion Burger. I have tried making one of these in a Cast Iron Pan. What can i say, " DELICIOUS ".
  15. cudgee

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    He is the master of cast iron, and i would never tell him what to do, but if i can make a couple of suggestions. Never, and i mean never put you cast iron onto a high heat setting immediately, it can cause the pan to warp. Go from a low to whatever heat setting you require gradually, this is...
  16. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Dropped my old digital level box, was never the same after that, they never are. Just got a new one in the mail, invaluable tool to have in the sharpening kit.:thumbsup:
  17. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Those violent thunder storms can be very scary. It must be an age thing, when i was a kid i loved those tropical summer thunder storms, the more thunder and lightning the better. :rolleyes:
  18. cudgee

    Guardians of The Lambsfoot!

    Our mothers must have been kindred spirits. Whenever i went to walk out the door mum would ask me if i had an ironed handkerchief in my pocket, it had to be ironed. Her reasoning was" in case i got hit by a bus or a car ". Did not want someone pulling out a dirty handkerchief. :rolleyes:
  19. cudgee

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    No mate, no where near full.o_O
  20. cudgee

    Traditionals and Cast Iron Cookware

    Golden syrup is made from Cane Sugar. Similar to Maple Syrup but a bit lighter in color and a bit sweeter. It is an old Australian Bush staple.
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