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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, Mar 3, 2014.
A literal pair of sharps...
Had a party all by myself. It was a blast.
And to make it all better, your guests were able to make some very intelligent conversation because they were all very sharp!
Just got this Bark River Pro Scalpel II and it's really a great edc blade.
The blade shape/type is a skinner which is what I use it for. Technically the shape is a 'sheep skinner'. I'll see if I can take some more pictures, maybe tomorrow though. The wood is a laminated scale material I shaped with a dremel tool. I imagine it was dyed somehow, but I bought it laminated already. The blade was a blank which I profiled down to an edge. It is 1095 carbon steel and holds a wicked edge. I do have some knife sanding belts (electric), but not the big commercial grade ones. I just did the best I could with what I had. The polishing was pretty much done by hand.
One from Daniel Fairly's first run of knives. It has a nice plumb finish that I like quite a bit.
Thank you for the details. And after working a bit on a hoof file to make a knife out of it (without to know that I must anneal it before) and doing some scales I can say, pretty fine job you've done there
Spyderco Native 5
Karroll EDMW, 3 Sisters Forge Beast and Daniel Fairly RF1.
Found the REKAT Carnivore in a box yesterday while searching for my Swisschamp. Never really used it although i have it since about 6 years?!
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Took this old girl out for a little TLC this afternoon.
Awesome! I REALLY like that!
Mikkel Willumsen Custom
Some of my kitchen sharps.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag