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  1. These are what I have been working on for the past few weeks. I still need to seal and waterproof the handles, and thanks to the forum for all the advice on how best to do that. plow steel with black walnut and copper pins for the handle. and brass pins in this one. comments welcome.
  2. Just put the final sanding on two small skinning knives with black walnut handles, one with brass pins and one with copper, and I am wondering how to seal the handles. My uncle, who works at a blacksmith shop, recommended a combination of linseed oil and melted beeswax. I am worried this might change the color, as it did when I used this combo on red oak. Anyone have any suggestions?
  3. I tried to post this before, but it didn't show up. Hope this attempt is better. A pair of hunting skinning knives, in my ergonomic design series. The handles conform perfectly to the shape of the hand. That means less muscle fatigue when using it for long periods, and a fine degree of control over the blade. As usual, my work is 100% recycled materials. The blades are 1085 plow steel, the furniture is black walnut from an old ottoman, and the pins, brass on the bottom, copper on top, are grounding wire and diesel engine parts respectively. Comments welcome.
  4. Hi all This small drop point hunter I made for a client recently The scales are Red Ivory, horn and Ivory(from a piece of tusk broken off during a fight) The steel is 3CR12 stainless Comments appreciated Thanks for looking
  5. These two hunter I have just completed for a client. They are made from 3CR12 The scales are warthog ivory and red ivory, wild pear hard woods.
  6. Just finished this drop point hunter,Made from 3CR12 Stainless. The scales are made up of warthog tusk, Sable antelope and Wild Pear.
  7. This large bowie I made from D2 tool steel which I blued the size 385mm in total And the blade is 6mm x 55mm and the scales are Fallow Deer Stag and Wild Pear.
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