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    Home grown "micarta"(picture intensive)

    such a well presented article. cant wait to give this a go...thanks for the effort you put into this Go to last post

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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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    Birds,bugs etc,around us!!

    Thread Starter: Albert E

    Hi!!We all see and sometimes take pictures of animals around our house,or during our travel vacations!!Here some!!Maybe you have a few from your area too!! A mantis in my garden.

    Last Post By: Scoutmaster Yesterday, 07:21 PM Go to last post

    Your Watch,torch,knife combo (pics pls)

    Thread Starter: Kitman22

    Hi guys, Well I was taking some pics of some of my gear when I came across the idea for what could be a great thread full with lots of eye candy for us all to see :D How about a thread full of pic of three of our most fav things here on BB? so... what is your wrist watch, torch & knife EDC...

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    Workshop hazards

    Thread Starter: PS_Bond

    I've been seeing a few things crop up recently with, shall we say, potentially unsafe handling of materials. So I thought it might be worth kicking the subject about a bit, discussing the potential hazards and ways of avoiding them... As far as I am concerned, virtually everything in the...

    Last Post By: ShaunSA Yesterday, 10:28 PM Go to last post

    Show us your Enzo Necker

    Thread Starter: Badgie

    Just finished my first Enzo Necker - I have another on order. Scales are 5mm White Corian (a 12mm slab laboriously sliced in two), stainless Corby bolt and nickel silver pins. Scales are finished to 320 grit to leave a matt finish and it is reasonably grippy. It is actually more grippy when...

    Last Post By: mulletman6 Yesterday, 09:37 PM Go to last post

    Working Kydex

    Thread Starter: Terrington

    I've been asked a lot of questions regarding kydex lately so decided to post a couple of points on what I do and have learned. As regards heating there's a lot of information on temps, heating etc. I use a George Foreman grill, turn it to max, place the sheet on a piece of grease proof baking...

    Last Post By: Terrington Yesterday, 11:34 AM Go to last post

    2015 Orchardjam.

    Thread Starter: zorro

    Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana. :D Yes folks, it's time for the annual cat herding debacle, AKA "when shall we annoy the hell out of zorros neighbours this year debate?" :P I'm leaning towards mid July, but as ever I will try to accommodate the majority of friends and...

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

    Killrathi knives

    Thread Starter: killrathi

    Hi everyone. It's my first post so i should introduce mysefl. My name is Marcin and i'm from Poland (my english is weak :( ) At free time i make knives, sometimes i forge. In my knives i prefer high carbon steel - NC6 - good for forging and easy to harden. Sometimes i use damascus steel made by...

    Last Post By: ShaunSA Yesterday, 08:27 PM Go to last post

    BOGOF Offer Ultimate Micromesh Sets!

    Thread Starter: Jedidiah

    So, in the main Micromesh thread, we have the Standard set (regular grits) and the MX set (MX grits 100, 180, 400, 800, 1200) and enhanced sets (the two previous regular and MX together). Now we have the ULTIMATE set. there are two good things about the Ultimate set. 1) I now offer extra...

    Last Post By: lost hope Yesterday, 05:13 PM Go to last post

    The Anvil Inn

    Thread Starter: bashup

    Forge-in Cost is 30. 10 people will make this viable and 25+ will likely make it chaotic. Venue is NR20 with specific directions via PM to anyone confirming attendance Date: 1st and 2nd of August Theme: Make a cheese and tomato sandwich.

    Last Post By: bashup Yesterday, 05:44 PM Go to last post
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