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  1. Knife # 900 I have a few days hunting organised for this month so decided it was time to retire my old standby Light hunter with the end grain olivewood handles so I made myself this Tahr Hunter with scolloped OD canvas micarta handle over blaze liners with lanyard tube on the 1075 blade with jimping.
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  2. It is true that I made them some time ago, but .... Sica are forged from a hot iron, the cutting edges are slapping the cold. The dimensions of the cladding on the horn: total length 43 cm, blade 32 cm, weight 420 grams. Very well in the hand. "Horse" is a tin bronze riveted with copper rivets two, lining of antlers riveted ........ and here the total new ...... rivets made of beech wood, glued. That I am sure in the original rivets were also organic, if not from wood with a bone or antler. The head is made of iron, riveted. The second Sica has an overall length 40.05 cm, blade 28.05 cm, weight 480 grams. Linings are riveted oak or beech wood studs, glued. Hilt and pommel are riveted. The blade is also tapping the cold.
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  3. There's only so many ways to make a functional knife and they've all been seen before. Doug
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  4. Thanks for sharing that Garry. There as some truly amazing pieces in that video. Man, I gotta get over to Italy sometime.
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