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Discussion in 'Knives' started by K1CKtheCHICKEN, May 23, 2013.
Nice. Looks very 70's chic to me
Here is a modified Randall Made Tailors knife. I did the scales/liners/hilt and pins.
another: three damascus knives made to my specs, with my scales and inlays
Made some scales for my newly acquired mini-Ritter.
Looks great!! How did you sand the butt end with those half holes on the edge?
I drill all my holes first, including butt end scale jimping.
Then I shape including the holes converting them to halves and sand to 220.
What are all the extra holes for? What do you mean by converting them to halves? haven't worked on a knife like this yet...just curious.
never mind! I see it is for the jimping! gonna have to remember that!
Some really nice work in this thread. Mine is pretty modest, but it a user. It's my daily carry along with my Sebenza (might have to try that Oxy soak with that one).
Hmm, I guess this would be a mod of sorts.
This WAS a rusty Nicholson file.
Now it's a knife.
This was one of my first attempts at knife making, and my first attempt and annealing steel.
It's ok, it's a knife for hard use tasks and general around the house crap.
I affectionately call it the Bastard Blade, cause it was made from a bastard file.
It rusts and can't take a razor edge, but it works for me!
(coffee bag that is)
Is that... Burlap micarta? That's amazing.
Yup, thank you.
I guess you could take it to a razor edge but then you'd have to take away more material to make it like a knife, not a scandi chisel
Yeah, but I wanna keep it at the thickness it's at. It has a decent working edge, and considering it is a beater knife, a razor edge wouldn't last long.
not talented enough to do this, but i did come up with the ideas, execution was quite on point.
IMG_2840 by chewyicecube, on Flickr
IMG_2841 by chewyicecube, on Flickr
IMG_2842 by chewyicecube, on Flickr
IMG_2843 by chewyicecube, on Flickr
Great work!!! Who did it?
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This is one of the nicest knives I have ever seen... Congratulations, you made great scales! It is time for drooooooooooool...
I think I leave the clip like this, purple fading into gold, 90V anodizing.
I want your knife