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Apr 19, 2020 17:54 |  #1621

A pair of knives I made from A2. Approx. 9" overall with 4.5" blade. 5/32" thick. G10 liners and canvas micarta scales.

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Apr 19, 2020 17:56 |  #1622

Another pair made from 3/32" 154CM. Approx. 2.75" blade.

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Apr 20, 2020 00:16 |  #1623

JollyRoger523 wrote in post #19049550 (external link)
A pair of knives I made from A2. Approx. 9" overall with 4.5" blade. 5/32" thick. G10 liners and canvas micarta scales.

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In that case, nice work! :-)


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Apr 21, 2020 19:29 |  #1624

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In that case, nice work! :-)

Thanks. I wish I had more to post up, but those are the only knives I've made, with the exception of grinding my first one from an old file. I hope to make a few more one day when I have the time. I made these entirely with hand tools, with the exception of a drill press for drilling the holes. And I sent them out for heat treating.




  
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Apr 22, 2020 11:15 |  #1625

A couple of classics!

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Apr 26, 2020 18:15 |  #1626

Bark River “Crash Ax”, nice heft, crazy sharp and ready to split whatever needs splittin’...


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Apr 26, 2020 18:19 |  #1627

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Bark River “Crash Ax”, nice heft, crazy sharp and ready to split whatever needs splittin’...


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Haha! I like how you put that; Whatever needs splitten...
We'll leave it at that. ;-)a


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May 04, 2020 08:44 |  #1628

A very, very cool gift from a good buddy. A Boker Plus Gordito Frazetta "Ghoul Queen". Titanium liners and bolsters, and a secure plunge lock mechanism. As a huge Frank Frazetta art fan, this quality little blade pushes all the right buttons.


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May 04, 2020 10:53 |  #1629

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A very, very cool gift from a good buddy. A Boker Plus Gordito Frazetta "Ghoul Queen". Titanium liners and bolsters, and a secure plunge lock mechanism. As a huge Frank Frazetta art fan, this quality little blade pushes all the right buttons.
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Shouldn’t that be in the “Glamour and nudes” forum??  :p


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May 09, 2020 18:59 |  #1630

Small Sebenza 21

Taken with an old Vivitar 90mm macro lens - Nikon mount w/ EF adapter (fully manual). I needed a little more DOF, but was stopped down all the way. Umbrella/Alien Bee camera left with my silver laptop as a reflector on the right.

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May 23, 2020 11:45 |  #1631

Civivi Baklash


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May 23, 2020 12:50 |  #1632

What do you think of the Civivi, think it's a good EDC? I've been looking at a few of their offerings, but can't decide if they'd be good for work.


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May 24, 2020 11:55 |  #1633

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What do you think of the Civivi, think it's a good EDC? I've been looking at a few of their offerings, but can't decide if they'd be good for work.

Made by WE Kives, good quality at a modest price point. I have had zero issues with my Civivis.


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May 24, 2020 11:55 |  #1634

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Jun 12, 2020 15:26 |  #1635

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