You have excellent taste in music! I have a sleeve of white zombie art based on that scene from beavis and butthead. That’s one hell of a knife too, nice work!
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Around the end of april the new england cutlery collectors association had a knife show. Someone yold mr about the raffle so i bought 2 tickets and magically my name was picked, luckily a friend was there for the drawing and picked my beauty.
I found this I was wondering about the maker of [this](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHR8OB6SJso) knife myself. Out of my league for sure.
i got my nura for the same 18 dollars, i was trying to decide which one i wanted but the price difference decided for me.
Yup agreed there. On the website they don’t give you much more insight regarding the damascus past “The blade is dressed up with layered Damascus and W1, all forge welded together.” which we already know…so I’m kind of stumped there. Perhaps one or the
I will have to get to work soon, so I’ll put a few details before I get home and can reply to you all. For the chef’s knife, it was originally an old blank forged from Sabatier from about early 1900’s or so. I
I do love Boker knives. Though, this might be the last one I buy for a little while. Their CS is really terrible and pissed me off the other day so I’m not sure I wanna keep buying their products. If you want a
okay I was on my phone and at work earlier so I didn’t get a good look. What sort of stuff is thing built for? If you don’t mind my asking, the shape does look quite unorthodox
The knife was made by /u/nighthaxan of Suwannee River Knives, it’s OAL is 3″ and the blade is right around 1.5″ in length. It’s made from beta-Ti and the scales are red acrylic. My friend sent it to me as a gift so I
Close-up of the details: http:[email protected]/9704902553/ Nowadays I just call “Damascus” pattern-welded steel. No confusion or debates. There is no lack of skill for what he’s doing, to get such a well-defined pattern and grind such crisp and even lines. If you look him up
I absolutely love my lightnings. I’ve got a plain edge and a serrated one. There’s a fair amount of play in the plain edge one because I got it first and screwed around with it more, but the serrated one is pretty sturdy for
Handmade by Alan Warren, 8 1/4″ Hunter in 154CM steel, polished to a mirror finish and finished with a stag handle accented with musk ox and buffalo horn. The finish on this knife is as close to perfection as it gets. I’ve held very
Our mistake. The “Karambit” name was an error that propagated throughout some printed matter and our website for this knife. It’s more accurately described as a “Clip Point Neck Knife with G10 Scales. We also offer a [Hawk Billed Neck Knife](http://www.hogueinc.com/store/products/ex-f03-karambit-scale-knife-225-hawkbill-blade-g10-solid-black-65-oal-2-black-sheath-combo/19050) with the same
Thank you so much, I got back into woodworking as a way to keep busy after I quit a job sorta rashly and I started building stuff that I really loved, not knowing if anyone else would be interested or not so it really
Thank you! I am planning on it sometime in the next couple months when time allows. Yes – I am fluent in Japanese. My reading could be better but I speak at a native level. You might have seen it already, but [this](http://vimeo.com/79844244) documentary
Its an amazing knife and simpler ones can be had for $700 and supposedly a production version is in the works. My carbon fiber one is currently one of the most expensive retailing at $1800.
I think it’s beautiful. The *only* thing I would change, and it’s purely a minor aesthetic detail anyways, is that swirly line around the blade. That’s literally it.
REALLY nice knife. I love the black back scale meshing with the copper. You buy it, make it; how’d you get a hold of something that sick?
sadly no, he wouldn’t let me touch them. I did see them unsheathed for a moment but I couldn’t snap a pic. the blades had an amazing and unique Damascus pattern to them. no telling how old they were but I could find any
The handle is held on with epoxy. I’ve never had one work loose, and I -chop- with my knives. Pins would cost another 25, because I have to drill through everything, and it’s possible that I would crack the wood itself driving in pins.
Just so you know how easily it flips, I handed it to a friend of mine who’s a security guard and likes tools, but had never used a flipper. I explained it to him how to use it, and he popped it open super
Start with a steel bar make a design, cut it out on the bandsaw, profile it on disk sander, grind bevels on belt sander, heat treat, finish grinding, hand sand and then put the handle on
Hey, I’ve got [this](http://www.yeoldegaffers.com/projects/scabbard/instructions.jpg) instructional diagram. If you still don’t understand the wrapping, I’ll look for a better one. Compare the diagram to these: [front](http://www.yeoldegaffers.com/projects/scabbard/finished5.jpg) [back](http://www.yeoldegaffers.com/projects/scabbard/finished4.jpg)
I have a competition finish Heavy Duty its a nice finish but honestly the coating is really nice to have and the competition finish has not been made in a while. As usual refer to the Busse specific exchange forum on BladeForums. I downloaded