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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: fluffy Today, 03:54 PMRaptureRaptor
Howdy all I've always been enamoured with the idea of being part of a KITH but it doesn't seem that there are any at the mo'. So with that in mind I have decided to put forward a simple KITH idea to see if anyone's as keen as I am for a KITH. The rules as I figure them should be fairly...Last Post By: packrat Today, 11:20 AMRu Titley
Sorry I've not been around much just loads on at the minute . I thought it might be wise to start a Ru projects thread rather than keep on posting individual ones up as it will be easier for me to maintain long term as long as You folks still like to see what Ive been up too ;). Some of you...Last Post By: puukko3883 Today, 12:02 PMpackrat
Right, bit of an experiment, for a bit of fun, let's see how it goes down! Yes folks, all you have to do to win one of these fantastic prizes, is write a Haiku or a Limerick that is knife-related (however vaguely), and better than everyone else's, before next Sunday 8pm. I will post my own...Last Post By: *Dusty* Yesterday, 08:33 PMjhobson
I bought a Perris lathe a year ago, thinking it would be just as good as a Cowells (they cost £3K). It was rubbish. Throwing good money after bad, and obscene amounts of time, it now looks OK. Probably doesn't work any better :( It's got some cool features: backgear, auto traverse, a long...Last Post By: ovid Yesterday, 08:35 PMAbyrvalg
This is my experiment to combine wood carving and Sami antler carving. Woven pattern is common is Sami designs and I really like it carved in wood. So, here is a combination of both. Blade is Polar 125 mm carbon still. Handle - osage orange, walnut and deer antler. Sheath - walnut with deer antler...Last Post By: Abyrvalg Today, 01:50 PMWilliams_27
I wonder if anyone could help me, I'm currently making my first knife, everything was going great until the heat treatment today. I have an electronic temperature controlled kiln at work that I'm using to heat treat the blade. The process I took is as follows: Pre heat to 500°, then up to...Last Post By: John N Today, 11:17 AM