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Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by B Griffin, Feb 5, 2014.
there is a stubbymuk in there somewhere
What's it like working with that handle material? I see it, or something like it, at Woodcraft, but the price scares me away for an experiment. Is there mush difference in the wood and plastic or does the stabilization make it all homogenous?
this stuff comes from a fella Allen knows. Im not sure how it would compare to the material you are looking at.....with that being said,you don't have to be overly careful to avoid high spots or one area becoming more proud than the other
getting the scratches out of the resin areas....well that is a different story
Here's the latest on the Kuska-- Taking shape.
Happy New Year!!!!
Thought I would get this going again
(Shown with the Busse for size comparison)
Hump Day conference call feathersticking:
Lost my mind this hump day. I was looking for sale previews and the FB Friday thread, wondering why they weren't there.
Then I remembered (D'OH) it's Wednesday.
It has been a long week.
great looking knife no matter what day it is
Hey Hump Day...i got one...
Only recently kinda realized that thick liners are not that common anymore....
thats a badass Camp Nessmuk and i'm not a huge fan of oreo
Thanks Phil, yeah it is my only oreo and will likely be the only one for a while...but the thick liners combo makes it unique...have not seen any of them months prior i bought it last November nor after...it is a keeper.
Hope this one counts since it's kind of like kissing cousin's to Fiddleback. My newly acquired Lil Ness...
I really like the blue scales on that one
Happy Hump Day
Very nice NUTRAMAC!
you have quite a 'muk collection
Awesome collection Mac :thumbup:
Nice collection Rob.
It appears you have a desire for good humps!