Discussion in 'Blades' started by BigUglyOne, Dec 16, 2005.
Made up several knives for some friends from Stainless blanks. Here is the result.
Sweet! Nice work!
Those are very, very nice! What did you use on the wood?
Very nice work!
Cool, what kinda stainless?
The steel is 440-C stainless
The wood on the Moray (one with the gut hook) is walnut (from a friends property) and cocobolo on the Wolf
Both are treated with 3 coats of Minwax, I didn't want more on them because they are working knives and I didn't want them to get to slick
Poly? If so, thin it half and half with thinner, that way it will go in the wood, instead of build up.
Very Nice.... great work!....
My sister is sending me a box of antlers from hunting trips and sheds off their 1000acre ranch.... ever try bone handles?
I've never worked with bone or horn on a knife. Must STINK when ya grind and sand it !
Walnut grips, sandblasted blade and tung oil finish
It does stink, pretty bad sometimes but like with giraffe bone the result is worth it.
Bear, I'd kill for some stag that could be made into scales!
Check this out
nice knives, i've been looking at custom knives, i want one for hunting
another good looking knife!
440C Stainless blank, mirror polish, cocobolo handle, brass guard, leather sheath
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