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    Tutorial: Wood sheath with leather braids

    Wonderful design and workmanship Eelis, thanks for showing. Go to last post

    John56 Today 10:18 AM

    Tutorial: Wood sheath with leather braids

    Thanks for that Eelis :)
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    What EDC are you carrying today?

    Thread Starter: avoidspam

    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....:) Sam

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    Building a custom gun stock.

    Thread Starter: polecat

    Pictured below is my Mk 2 AA TX200, best spring rifle I ever owned, consistently very accurate and powerful. Came with the Beech stock which is functional but heavy and boring so for a while I have thought about changing it, Was in one of the Gun shops a couple of weeks ago and had hold of a TX...

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    Custom Made Knife Scales. Pictures Here!

    Thread Starter: suingab

    Hi ALL! I`m making custom scales for stock knives (from G10, Micarta, Wood, Carbon Fiber, C-Tek, Kirinite) Now I`m able to make scales for these knives Spyderco: Military, Paramilitary2, Endura4, Delica4, Stretch, Persistence, Tenacious, Resilience, UKPK G10, UKPK FRN, Pingo, Spy-DK ZT:...

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    Sheffield Carving Sets

    Thread Starter: RodgersLad

    I have always had a soft spot for carving sets, especially those made in sheffield and thought it would be an idea to call out and see if anyone had any to post as i would be very interested to see. These are two of my most favourite carving sets. Doesnt get much better. Hope someone is...

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    Ostap Designs

    Thread Starter: Ostap

    Hello everybody! First of all I want to ask a moderator is it a right place for topic like this? Or should I create it in other section? If its wrong section please move it to the right. Thx! So, lets start. Like you see I'm a new user of this nice forum. My name is Ostap Hel and I'm 21 years...

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    Slip joint Work in progress

    Thread Starter: masonknives

    I thought it would be nice to do a WIP on a new slip joint Trapper a man called Bob in the USA has asked me to make. This will take several posts over the following weeks. Paul. Whats in the envelope Elsa? In this envelope are drawings that will show how to make a slip joint. Drawing...

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    Some recent works in progress.

    Thread Starter: raisedbybrocks

    Well it seems a long time since i posted anything here, so thought I would make a thread where I can show some of my working on projects which could be of interest, general mix of problem creation and some getting solved.:D This was one i did a while back in order to run through a number of new...

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    Little hill, tiny stove

    Thread Starter: Basemetal

    Bennachie is a range of small peaked hills with a distinctive profile visible from most of Aberdeenshire, and even from the summit of Lochnagar. I live about 30 minutes from it. It has three (or four) tops arranged caldera-like, with the peaks enclosing an elevated moorland of a few square...

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    Thickly ground: is it ever better than thinly ground?

    Thread Starter: aikiyoda

    Hi all Over the last two years I've learnt a lot about sharpening and can put a really nice edge on a blade but I was wondering if there's ever a time when you're hollow grinding a knife that you'd want a thicker edge? Now I know that thinner equals better cutting performance but is there a...

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    Le Thiers knife comp

    Thread Starter: s11ews

    Hey guys and gals, I'm feeling like a quick competition is in order so here we go! Rules for entry - must be a subscribing member of british blades (vip) - must have a minimum of 100 posts and have been a member for at least a year - uk only i'm afraid due to postage costs To enter just...

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