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good to see them both healthy!
Hannah is getting tall
pretty sure it's an aluminum pin
not sure when the steel changed
pretty sure it had an NSN from the get-go, as it was originally made in response...
good to hear!
Much prettier than mine!
Time to head back to the cabin and make some new campfire furniture
That was too easy!
I should have asked for a 6/12 combo!
You could fly into Missoula?
Where's the 4/14 combo?
my other Saturday night project:
Osage orange scales, copper pins, blade hammered out of a grain auger from a local brewery.
flat saber primary...
scandi is my second least favorite grind for woods knives. Scandivex is better, but IMHO, ffg and flat saber work better for most tasks.
ah - yeah, the original was based on a hunting knife and that allowed for knuckle clearance.
old pic - but season appropriate -- and Faller content!
use the copper!
it's easy enough to modify the tip on a 1217 to drop the clip and fix that, if that's what you want -- once you buy it, it's yours to change as...
Yeah. I was surprised at how easy it was to reshape
thanks - it was totally an experiment to see how difficult it would be to reshape a hammer.
thinking about making a camping hatchet next time.
finished up the other dagger made from the rest of the broken sword.
8 3/4" blade, 14" OAL - balance point is about 1" in front of the guard
made a shallow bowl adze out of a hammerhead and a scrap of locally harvested oak left over from building the house.
the spike on the back...
It was a bit brisk this morning, so I wore a jacket hat and gloves while chipping all the ice off my truck. -1.
Got up to 12 by lunch so I didn't...