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Applegate fairbairn is a good design, I have one from the 90's
The Gerber dagger is not what it used to be. The ones made today are a pretty...
I already have 10 of them on order :D
Nice looking piece and great photos. Is it meant to be left handed?
try the makers forum, stickies there probably have all you need.
Rounding your profile out with where you live would also help.
I totally agree. I fill mine with JB weld.
I really like my pure tung oil from milkpaint company. The handles I've done have water beading off.
Thank you very much.
This knife really shines for the style it is made in. Tapers and curves in all the right places.
Looking forward to seeing more of this one. :thumbup:
Got one of these right when they came out.
Cold Steel viking hand axe, which I mounted on a shorter hickory hawk handle finished with Tung oil....
I would say the majority of real makers. Sure lots of modern tool steel has more elements in it, but take those away and you still have usable...
Looks much more substantial in the hand. The first pic makes it hard to judge scale and size. Nice knife...
Nice big bowie. Don't think I've heard of a damascus billet made from damascus before.
Yes please post your ultimate win compilation all in one spot; your work is beautiful and most of all functional.
spyderco tenacious is a good compromise between quality and disposable in case of theft.
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I have not handled sigs much. I do own a CZ-75 and with thousands of rounds never a single failure.
That is a crisp and clean execution.