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Let’s talk about Knifes…

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posted on Aug, 31 2011 @ 11:24 AM

Originally posted by gandamack2
reply to post by BadNinja68

Carbon V is NOT CV...two different animals

yes it is.

Don't trust me.....just google Carbon V.
All will be made clear.

Knowledge is fuel..... the more you know, the farther you can go.

posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 02:16 PM
Here's a few knives my wife and I made last week.
It's been a while, and I don't really have proper tools so keep that in mind.
handles were all shaped by hand with rasp, files, and ALOT of sanding.
I used a dewalt drill gun with a buffing wheel on the blades and wood, to shine 'em up.

I use this as therapy.. meditation time..hehe.

now if I can get the pics to work.....

7.5 inch fixed blade drop point Scout knife is 440hc with heat treat ( 58rc). The Handle is made from wood scavanged from an old ONYX brand cigar box.

The folder is a 7.5 inch David Yellowhorse drop point blade, 440HC lockback with Alder scales.

The last is a stainless 400c skinner, with a neoprene handle made from an old pair of my wife's purple flip flops.
Non slip, comfy grip is awesome when skinning..blood is slippery stuff.

I bought the blanks, re heat treated them and we built the knives by hand.

I'll try and get a better camer soon, and I'll post a thread on how to make a knife.
I have a few ugly utility knives around here somewhere, made from old used saw blades.
you can make a good sharp knife at home, with very simple tools, that can save your life.

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