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    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

    Looking for a hiking axe

    Thread Starter: ElectricLinux

    Trying to decide between a fiskars x7, x10 or a Husqvarna Hatchet to bring while hiking. Was wondering has anyone got any experience with these axes and which one they would recommend to get?

    Last Post By: Steep Today, 02:16 PM Go to last post

    Uk-based axe makers?

    Thread Starter: hiking&biking

    Hi Everyone, Are there are any companies that make axes in the UK? E.g., a UK version of Gransfors Bruks? Cheers, Adam

    Last Post By: Steep Today, 04:41 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: New Today, 10:29 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

    Steel in the right size for chefs knifes

    Thread Starter: Polish

    What I am looking for is steel that has the right size (thickness and wideness) for a chefs knife. I can't find it. I need something of 5 cm (or more) wide and a thickness of around 3 mm (definately no more). I like it to be carbon steel. No stainless. Man it is hard to find. Especially the...

    Last Post By: AJH_Knives Today, 03:36 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

    Eneloop Charging Question

    Thread Starter: Niloticus1

    Hi folks, I just bought a few sets of Eneloop Pros in AA and AAA sizes. I also bought an Ansmann Powerline 4 Pro to charge them with. I've just put the AAs on charge to top them off but I'm confused by the Ansmann display, I selected a standard charge at 600 ma and the time display has been...

    Last Post By: Nice65 Yesterday, 10:11 PM Go to last post

    If you could only buy one machine...

    Thread Starter: New

    would you go for a band saw, a belt grinder, or a drill press? I'm just starting out but I want to buy good equipment, just one thing at a time but good quality, not cheap rubbish. I have 200 and I'm leaning towards a belt grinder from eBay, a good used one not a rubbish new one. Would...

    Last Post By: New Today, 01:53 PM Go to last post

    cheap full tang blade?

    Thread Starter: zuludog

    I'm looking for a cheap full tang blade; thought this would be the easiest way to help a beginner get started, as everything could be done with hand tools I've been considering Knivegg from Greenman Bushcraft at 13-95 and Cudeman from Moonraker Knives at 14-95. They each have a few different...

    Last Post By: Batmancaver Today, 07:56 AM Go to last post
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