DavidM Posted January 18, 2011 Share Posted January 18, 2011 Ok, here is the deal. My friends and family have been pressuring me to make a bunch of knives for stock so I can have something to sell at shows and such. The first event I have planned is a swap meet at the local gun and rod club. I started pounding out scandi-type blades yesterday. Seemed to be an appropriate style for the type of event. They are mild wrapped around file steel. What is the best way to finish these? Do they usually have bolsters, or are they more like seax? Also, what other types of knives would you guys suggest for stock? I'm trying to vary a bit in price and style....hoping to offer something for everyone. I'm thinking about some full tang cable bird & trout knives. Maybe a couple skinners. I need to keep it pretty simple as I'm kinda limited on resources right now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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