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Just joined here and thought I would show a few knives I have fileworked. I do about 26 different patterns currently.
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Reply by Kenneth Spinuzzi on January 23, 2010 at 20:25

Hey Kaleb Very nice work and Welcome to the group Take Care Ken Spinuzzi

Reply by thomas c stratton on January 23, 2010 at 21:09

That is some nice work.Where are you located?I do a few patterns that I stretch out or do a little more angle to get a different look.Sometimes I surprise myself and one will turn out real nice.Wish Iwas good with a camera to get a record of them as once they leave me they are gone forever.Do you sign your work?Not prying just thought it would be a good idea.I sign my name inside and usually on one blade tang. I have a friend in Georgia who stamps his intials on the liner inside. His name is Ben Hulsey, a great guy and inspirational to me at my start.The other maker who inspired me is Stan Shaw of Sheffield,England. His work though not elaborate is first class and a bit like a signature.I have one of his knives in my collection. He does a coach knife,with all the tools for a stagecoach 16-1800 era sells for 4000 bucks,engraved silver bolsters and AAA pearl with filework

Reply by kaleb reynolds on January 23, 2010 at 21:27

Thank You
Thomas, I do sign my work. I used to engrave my initials and the year inside the liner but now stamp them if I completely disassemble the knife. I'm in Ohio. I've got a load of filework pics on my site,www.muskratmancustomknives.com

Kaleb,
Checkedout your site.Beautiful knives and real nice web page. Congradulations!

Reply by Eugene Coates Smith Jr on January 24, 2010 at 4:48

Beautiful filework. Welcome to the group!

Reply by Dario on January 24, 2010 at 8:28

Reply by thomas c stratton on May 22, 2010 at 11:42

Nice work.I do a few patterns simiolar to yours.I will be at the Blade Show if you happen to be going.Would like to meet others who do the filework .
Tom Aisle 18 R next to Kenny Rowe the leathersmith.

Reply by kaleb reynolds on May 22, 2010 at 20:29

thanks for the comments. yup i'll be at blade but as a spectator, i'm not setting up. I'll probably have a bag full of junk to trade/sell with me though

Reply by Michael Lee Bibbey on February 3, 2013 at 6:24

Really wonderful examples of quality work .I've tied this before and its not easy .Thanks for the pictures

Kaj Embretsen

Here is some filewerk from a fantastic knifemaker, Kaj Embretsen. If I recall correctly, he is from Sweden. He works with premium handle material. He makes his own spectacular damascus. And of course he does a bit of filewerk.

Old filing crazy nut.................

Posted by T.A.DAVISON on January 17, 2010 at 11:42

Reply by T.A.DAVISON on May 22, 2010 at 8:57

The guns are stainless steel --
And you could call it fluted?
But I did it all by hand with a file.

I took the rifle to a few shows and people are blown away when they see it in person.

I appreciate the compliments - take care,

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