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neil gagnon

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  1. Beautiful work Mr Potter the whole piece is very nice.Can't wait to see what you do for a scabbard.
  2. I think this one is my favorite Sam. I really like the last pic with the happy face sticker.
  3. very cool Sam reminds me of a jutte.I would go camo.What a nasty learning stick.
  4. Thanks alot guys should have a matching sword in the works. Got a couple other katanas to finish first. The one will take a while since it has a 36 inch blade.
  5. Here is a tanto i have just finished up. It is made from extra improved plow steel cable, actually 4 cables then folded a couple of times. It was clay coated and quenched in water. The blade length is 10 3/4 inches and the overall length is 14 1/2 inches. It is a beefy little blade being just under 1 3/4 inches wide at the base and a 1/4 inch thick on the spine tapering to the point. It is razor sharp and i don't think I have any finger prints left on my right hand from polishing. Here are some pics, sorry about the quality not very good at the whole picture taking thing.
  6. very nice, the guns are nice to.
  7. I am glad it survived the quench Sam.Do you have any pics.
  8. Thanx Sam I am almost finished the fuller on the other Tanto, Then i can finish polishing it should be posting by next weekend. I havn't had alot of time lately for blades. Just bought a house in the country and I am in the process of packing.
  9. that is cool, I like push daggers.
  10. Thank-you Tim I will have another one ready soon. Just have to finish bo-hi. I don't know if i should mirror polish the bo-hi or keep it etched.
  11. Well i managed to get this one done in my spare time, It has been a busy summer between house hunting and work. Anyways this cable tanto is made from extra improved plow steel. The blade is 9 inches long with an overall length of 12.75 inches. It was made from 3 pieces of cable twisted up, then stacked, then folded a couple of times. I posted one pic and I have more on my site. The link is below, I did not think it was necessary to post alot of pics when a link is quicker. Hope you like http://sites.google.com/site/canadianliveblade/available
  12. Sam I agree with Mr B norris. The wire idea sounds pretty good, maybe with a matching natural looking wooden sheath, with the wire thing applied to it some how matching the sword grip. What ever you decide i'am sure will turn out in your favour.
  13. very nice Walter, I like the curviture on this one. Keep em coming always nice to see what your up too.
  14. looking good Sam, nice and beefy too. Keep us posted
  15. very cool, what are the specs on your cylinder. 5,10,100 ton ram. doing a similar project myself. Again very cool.
  16. Great looking piece Chris overall a beautiful knife. As far as tradition goes, i would not worry about it. It is a knife and it looks like it cuts. Good job.
  17. The hamon looks like it's gonna turn out really nice Sam.
  18. Wow Sam very cool, love that blade shape. I would go camo or black. keep us posted please.
  19. Very nice Jim. I like it alot, especially the tip very original. That blade has bad intentions all over it. Thank you for posting your work.
  20. Very cool Stephan keep us posted. I have always enjoyed your blades and am sure the testing will go in your favor.
  21. very nice, I really dig that sheath though.
  22. Awsome work,I really like the carving on the second knife.
  23. That wood grain is awsome.
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