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Thought I'd give this a go. Sorry if it's been tried before but I quite like the version on the other side of the pond. Everyone gets a bit creative with their camera's... Plus it's a nice opportunity to see what's out there....:) SamLast Post By: godzilla Yesterday, 10:32 PMwellington03
Details of pen & pocket knives that have been posted by all members post and page numbers are included. Made in Sheffield pocket knives 1980s- INFO http://www.britishblades.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1021785&postcount=1 James Machin, VR LB Iv Whittler pocket knife 1840s__ 1 - 1 Innocent,...Last Post By: OWDTOM Yesterday, 04:13 PMKitman22
Hi guys, Well I was taking some pics of some of my gear when I came across the idea for what could be a great thread full with lots of eye candy for us all to see :D How about a thread full of pic of three of our most fav things here on BB? so... what is your wrist watch, torch & knife EDC...Last Post By: bagman Yesterday, 05:12 PMTrucker Al
Firstly, if this is in the wrong place could a mod please move it. I ordered a Brak River Bravo 3 from DFT trading on Monday and selected the fedex international economy delivery option. From first receiving the tracking number it has shown an estimated delivery date of Friday 14th (today). ...Last Post By: James_B Yesterday, 11:51 PMmrcjgscott
Plenty has been written here and elsewhere about standard issue military kukri. Here are some examples of kukri which I would consider to be made for and carried by officers during WW1, and possibly later. As officers of this period were expected to purchase their own uniform, equipment and...Last Post By: spiraltwista Today, 11:47 AMruggero
Hi all, here a seax i make for a customer. Blade from damascus. Spearpoint. 510mm long, 32mm high and 6.5 mm thick at the tang. He wanted a dark brown wood for the handle, with carvings. I take it wenge. The blade in work with the raw carved handle :Last Post By: ovid Yesterday, 07:02 PMmikew
I want to try making some anti scale compound and was hoping for some tips. I'm thinking of using fire clay and silica sand mixed with water to make a paste. I've also read about adding charcoal to the mix..... Has anyone done this? Could the same paste also be used for hamon? ThanksLast Post By: Caerleon Today, 12:09 AMstanners55
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