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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

    Last Post By: mikehill Yesterday, 04:49 PM Go to last post
    Roman Blaha

    Knives from the workshop of Roman Blaha

    Thread Starter: Roman Blaha

    Hello, my name is Roman Blaha. I'm from the Czech Republic. From the town of Znojmo in the heart of beautiful South Moravia. Please excuse my English is not very good. I make knives for two years. From my own damask steel. I would like to share with you the joy of them. Here are some...

    Last Post By: Paul W Yesterday, 09:53 PM Go to last post

    WIP Estwing Axe Resurrection

    Thread Starter: dazcon

    I was very kindly gifted this axe by Nice65 this week, on the understanding that I would give it a new lease of life. I would first of all like to say a MASSIVE thank you to him!!! It has been well used by the look of it but the main problems were that the stacked leather handle had perished and...

    Last Post By: dazcon Yesterday, 10:46 PM Go to last post


    Thread Starter: Hatethatgiraffe

    Don't laugh and the first person to ask if I want a string up the sleeves and across the back so I don't lose them is getting banned :) That aside and onto the question in hand. Does anyone have positive experience of mittens over gloves? I know I'll suffer a little with dexterity and will impede...

    Last Post By: Firefly1 Yesterday, 08:46 PM Go to last post

    Gorilla Glue for Knife Making???

    Thread Starter: dazcon

    Anyone used or using Gorilla glue for fixing scales etc.? Just curious!!

    Last Post By: dazcon Yesterday, 09:05 PM Go to last post

    Japanese sharpening/honing stones

    Thread Starter: Vito

    Hello everyone, I've owned several stones so far but what bothered me was that all of them were way too soft for me. They got worn down pretty fast and I had to flatten the stones after about 5minutes of ''medium'' use. True, they quickly abraded that steel but I didn't like them for being...

    Last Post By: mikew Yesterday, 05:37 PM Go to last post

    Last tryouts, Basic knife CPM 3V and Scandi RWL34

    Thread Starter: roninwt

    Hi Folks! I wanna share with you my last experiments/tryouts. The first one its a CPM 3V blade with cryo treatment. Basic shape, flat grind and a thin edge. Since 3V its pretty tough steel i want to try edge stability, i like agresive cutters with thin edge, hope it will do.

    Last Post By: roninwt Yesterday, 11:37 PM Go to last post

    AD Design - my projects

    Thread Starter: martineden

    Hello BB fellows, here I would like to share with you some of my projects. Hope you like them, comments are welcomes! AD 1. VESUVIUS – that is a survival knife, the blade is 4” and the thickness is 5mm, SF100 steel. Our own S. Mitchell is making it for me (thanks Stuart, great job  ...

    Last Post By: martineden Yesterday, 08:06 AM Go to last post

    Makers stamp

    Thread Starter: Deviant

    I want to use a stamp for my work rather than etching (although this may change) obviously you would stamp in the annealed state or whilst hardening, my question is if you like to grind with heat treated blanks and you are planning a full grind on 1.5mm 01 would your stamp be deep enough to show or...

    Last Post By: Stuart Mitchell Yesterday, 07:38 PM Go to last post


    Thread Starter: Frederiek

    I made this at the same time as the knife I called Stingray so lacking proper naming skill I title this one Cobra :D It became a wharncliffe-like model, made in O1 with cocobolo, stainless corby rivets, filework 'half moons' and a polished bevel. The sheath has a removable loop (forgot to take a...

    Last Post By: tommy_lad Yesterday, 07:50 PM Go to last post
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