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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Thrill, Oct 18, 2010.
doublepost - sorry. was excited by orange.
AH! orange insingo!!! where did you get the G10 cover for that!!!???!! OH so damn cool...I want one.
speaking of orange...whadya' think - my custom DEMKO in orange contour G10? throwing it out there...mind isn't made up yet...
Orange is great! I have Andrew doing mine with orange g-10 and a blue backspacer. Hopefully will have it by the end of summer.
Thanks Steven, I built that one several years ago for a gentleman in California that wanted to get into whittling. Lot of hours in that one.
You're not Crazy Orange Power
Just got this last night from Gravelle Knives here on the makers forums. First orange knife I have ever bought and the color is really growing on me. BTW, I am really impressed with the workmanship of the knives that Josiah at Gravelles creates. Absolutely top notch.
A doodle that made it to steel. Started off as a no-scale skeleton design, then decided to try bolting some orange G10 to it with some stainless Mortorqs. Blade is 12C27. First effort in G10, as well as first orange knife. Kinda like both and looking forward to doing some more
Anybody get new orange this week?
Becker Necker sporting G10
Bump for Easter.
Orange ya glad for Orange.......:thumbup:
Great stuff so far! I especially love the Spydercos.
A couple of moras with custom sheaths. The first is Marion's work with lots of my paracord hijinks and the second is my first successful attempt with kydex.
I've got a bunch of orange gear in my kit and hopefully a couple more orange handle knives on the way. I'll have to put everything together for one retina-searing picture.
Wow, I really like the look of that knife, great profile and handle texturing. What is that steel comparable to, I have no experience with it
I wouldn't know what it is comparable too really since I have only worked 12C27, ATS34, RWL34 and O-1. It seems easier to grind than the ATS34 and RWL34. It does seem to finish a littld different than the RWL. Still shiny, but not quite the same. Hardness is 60Rc after cryo, which I have been told it absolutely requires if it is not to be an indifferent blade. Sharpens pretty easy and so far holds it well compared to the above steels. Grinding in the anealed state is pretty easy. The only real problem is that it comes in strip form which has a definite curve, attention is needed to be sure it is straight, and it can still warp on HT.
Boy do I ever suck at replying to questions!
Yes it is a small regular sebenza with self made custom scale. Used a hand saw and a round metal file to do most of the work and a drill. Barry H, (mr. H) does much better work then I do and I would advise to contact him for any such work if you are looking to purchase a scale. He was my inspiration.
Haha, very funny. Nice picture. :thumbup:
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Jason Winston Hunter and Lanyard by Katie (my 10yo Daughter). Doesn't get much better than this! Unless it had an Orange Kydex sheath.