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  1. Its been a few years since I have posted any knives. Not sure if I will be able to do anymore hand forging but did manage to get some desire back to put a few knives together. After retraining myself here's a couple of my newest knives. The smaller knife has a sambar handle and is 7" overall. The larger one has a deer shinbone for a handle and is just under 10" overall. Now as far as the blade steel goes pretty sure its not rebar. Actually think the larger one has a 1084 blade and the smaller one is most likely some type of saw steel. The blades were all extra's from over the years. I used mil
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  2. This is what I love about this place! I like long winded answers, it's where I learn the stuff I didn't realize I should ask about... Besides, you think like me:
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  3. Hi Have not posted enough lately - but here is a laminated camp knife made with 80crv2 and mild steel. Its a full tang knife with stabilized beech and red liners and butt cap in 01 steel. Brass rivets and flared tube. Knife sheath with brass hardware too........
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  4. Awesome restoration! With interesting history. I would catigorize my thinking to be more like a frantic squirrel scurrying across a tree constantly taking a different branch. I might start out thinking about blueberries, but I prefer rasberries; I remember when my mom got bitten by a bug while picking rasberries; what was that bug called? Queen something.... Queen! I love Freddy Mercury! Mooommaaaaaa ooooowwoooooo didn't meaaan to make ya cryyy! What was I thinking about 5 seconds ago? Shoot! I know it was important... It's a good thing I only think out loud when I'm alone or
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  5. Have you checked http://www.engraverscafe.com/forumdisplay.php?1-Hand-Engraving-Forum Like Lindsey's forum it is full of info and advice and the members use all types that are good.
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  6. As we look Back it is always hard to tell if such a knife was made for a Dwarven Hero or for a Hero of Men, often these details are lost in the mists of time and imagination. Either way this is a stout stedfast and robust knife (certainly Dwarven made) perfect for heroic undertakings, expeditions in search of gold and adventures beyond the realms of men. “If hunting Warg, or tracking Dragons,a stout knife is always a benefit. Keen of edge , a true stroke struck will not be repelled by the stoutest hide. But after the adventuring is done and mead is flowing. When the fire is sizzling with
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