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I will take this thanks
That's a gnarly gnarly beast!
It looks good. I think you would learn a lot about it by making a mock-up first with basic soft steel and basic wood handle.
Well you have 2 separate issues: 1 filling the gap
2 preventing further movement.
For 2 I'm not sure glue will help, bone like wood reacts to...
I will TAKE!
Well it would be silver . . . how shiny it gets depends on how high a grit you use, but I woul start with 1000 grit even if it's slower than lower...
You can contour almost anything with sandpaper!
I pretty much only use them when kayak camping. Chain not paracord, small light and flat has proven useful.
That is all very dumb, but you could always sand the black off the screw head.
That is SWEET!!
Right size and blade shape and not scary looking
BUT it does run on bearings so nevermind
Spyderco wharncliff delica
I was having a real burr problem with my military but was advise to finish each grit with a couple LIGHT strokes on the diamond at a higher angle...
Well, that should be able to handle . . . ANYTHING!!!
Buy a belt grinder from Harbor Freight, it is so useful! But drill the holes for the pins in place before sanding the scales down. Or you could...
That Dogma looks pretty sweet
I can't use the link either? I'd call it the cormorant
"20" blade weighing 6.8 oz" unbelievable!!! Nice filet knife ya got there!
And Dan's waki . . words fail me. Incredible.
That excellent beard alone makes half the sale!
Curious about the choice of bronze for the head though, isn't it pretty soft?