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    American traditional slip joints

    Thread Starter: bonzodog

    I know a few members here have a liking for these.Would you care to share,these a my small assembly.Had a bit of a sell off,new pictures added.

    Last Post By: Hector Yesterday, 08:31 AM Go to last post
    Dennis H

    Enzo updates

    Thread Starter: Dennis H

    Some news and changes in the EnZo line: 1. EnZo Trapper 95 in O1, D2 and S30V will have a lower grind from 10.5 mm to 8.5 m, to strenghten the egde. Only D2 comes with bead blasted surface. 2. A new model EnZo Trapper 115 mm is under produktion. Scandi grind sandvik 12c27 steel. 3....

    Last Post By: Dennis H Yesterday, 05:56 PM Go to last post
    NJK Stachu

    Nowodworski Knives & Jewellery

    Thread Starter: NJK Stachu

    hello everyone! Im from Poland and i meke some knives. I would like to show you some of my works! :) anyway, im glad to be here! ill start from this one: Dragonfish Steel : D2 around 60hrc Handle : ebony , buffalo horn , brass Sheath : leather dimensions : total length 23 cm , blade...

    Last Post By: Wrangler Yesterday, 11:46 AM Go to last post

    Any ideas guys

    Thread Starter: mart1985

    My wife wants to get me a knife for my birthday, I want a fixed blade knife, I want something for hunting and survival tasks, I'm also in the military so something for my belt gear and can take abuse, I was thinking about a Gerber strongarm, but not sure, nothing too expensive, thank you.

    Last Post By: Paul W Yesterday, 02:54 AM Go to last post

    The headhunter

    Thread Starter: hellize

    Greetings, At the dawn of human consciousness, when civilization as we know it today, was merely a dream, savagery and ruthlessness were the only means of survival. In those times strength and blood meant everything. These were the standards of which a man was placed in the hierarchy of its...

    Last Post By: hellize Yesterday, 05:06 PM Go to last post

    Newbie.... scrap metal question

    Thread Starter: bendeneo

    Hello all, I am new to this, and I will probably have to ask a number of questions.... apologies. A current question whilst I get my forge up to speed, and buy all the bits and pieces to complete it all..... is what sort of scrap metal would be suitable.... and I appreciate there are big...

    Last Post By: Bugleone Yesterday, 06:08 PM Go to last post
    white tiger

    San Antonio Bowie in 0-1 and Sambar stag

    Thread Starter: white tiger

    Hello gents This style of Bowie is proving really popular I'm very pleased to say. The blade is 0-1 tool steel, 10" long, 1 9/16" wide, just shy of 1/4" thick at the ricsso and 15" long from butt to tip. The carbon steel hand guard has had the tips forged down to reduce their thickness and give...

    Last Post By: Wrangler Yesterday, 12:03 PM Go to last post

    First project - what to make?

    Thread Starter: New

    Hi All I am just getting started in knifemaking and picked up a damascus billet on ebay for a couple of quid. I am not sure what to make with it though. As it is just over 4mm thick, I suppose a bushcraft knife would be simplest, I guess it's too thick for a kitchen knife. But I do like the...

    Last Post By: AJH_Knives Yesterday, 06:02 PM Go to last post

    A few Wildcamp pics

    Thread Starter: bondy

    here is a few pics from a few wild camps iv done thought you might like to see them. feel free to post any pics you might have . DSC_6047 by warren bond, on Flickr DSC_6006 by warren bond, on Flickr DSC_5942 by warren bond, on Flickr DSC_6094 by warren bond, on Flickr DSC_6019 by warren bond,...

    Last Post By: grummit Yesterday, 04:42 PM Go to last post

    Joseph Rodgers Sheffield "Survival clasp knife" any value in them?

    Thread Starter: Bagheera

    Hi everyone, I stumbled upon a box full of Sheffield made military survival folders, made by Joseph Rodgers, as it is clearly etched on the "blade", stainless steel so I don't think these are very old but I have no clue if I should consider these as scrap stainless steel or of some value...

    Last Post By: ANDYLASER Yesterday, 12:15 PM Go to last post
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