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And the fat brother. Same steel, same wood for the handle. But this one is etched with ferric chloride.…Continue
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on November 23, 2016 at 22:51 — No Comments
Nothing new - 1.2379 (D2) steel, 60 HRc. The blade is the suomi style blade of The baby sister, The teacher's knife, The two dwarves, Minion #16 and Minion #17. But this time I decided to try and make it hollow grind. And it worked! It has some minor fails, but it cuts like hell!…Continue
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on November 23, 2016 at 22:49 — No Comments
A classical hunting knife. The handle is walnut and acacia. 1.2379 steel. Here I tried a new stitch for the sheath. It came out really interesting, but it gave me some hard time to make it.…Continue
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on November 23, 2016 at 22:47 — No Comments
The next tiny, but aggressive member of the minions tribe with the code name #17.
The blade is the same like his brother's #16, but with higher grinded bevels. The handle is ash tree, impregnated and sealed with carnauba wax. Brass guard.
OAL - 165mm, blade - 75/20/3,8mm.…
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on November 23, 2016 at 22:44 — No Comments
It concerned knife slips from…Continue
I'm back.... I was terminated by FedEx in last April. My boss believe I broke FedEx's policy. Not true..There is NO broke policy's. Nothing with the policy. Because My reason for being late was construction on Highway 287 in whole month. I would allow 1 hour to get to work because of the construction. I did doing a right thing, I did use my pager to send text message to my ex-boss about late. My boss does not know how to deal with a deaf person. All he would do would yell at me. Instead…Continue
Added by steve @ colonial knife on September 23, 2016 at 19:00 — No Comments
A shortish blog on sharpening straight razors. It will be short because I know little enough , though I have learned enough to be able to get the job done . Maybe I can return to this in future when I have more information but for the present it will be brief .
1 . If you want to learn to shave using a straight razor the most effective way is to buy a new razor from a dealer who is known for sharpening their razors before sending them out . Buy a strop at the same time , not a…Continue
I feel that I have to admit that I am becoming a collector , this may sound strange as I am writing this on i Knife Collector and this is ...well the place for collectors .
I have never really collected anything before , in the past I have always had a pocket knife and sometimes two or maybe three but never anymore than that. I have had knives since I was eight or nine , something like that anyway and I can hardly remember a time when I didn't look in shop windows at knives . When I…Continue
Another tiny one. The steel is 1.2379, hardened up to 60 HRc. OAL - 175mm, blade - ~70/20/3.8mm.
Brass guard. The handle is stacked birch bark and acacia burl.…
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on August 31, 2016 at 22:40 — No Comments
Howdy folks! Happy Knife Day to all.
Added by Pete Walker on August 24, 2016 at 12:44 — No Comments
Happy Happy Happy National Knife Day !!!!!!!!!
Knife Day is the day to appreciate the knives that folk use on a daily basis. This day is a celebration of this marvelous tool that has been with humans since the dawn of time.
I am not sure that most folks know about today...but we sure do. So…Continue
When I'm not playing with sharp objects or madly dashing across the country to rescue a relative, I help operate a small non profit called the South Coast Community Land Trust based in Big Sur, CA. I'm a Board Director and Secretary of the SCCLT, and Entertainment/Volunteer Director of our one big fund raising event each year, the Big Sur Jade Festival. We raise money for several community organizations, but our main focus is helping the students of the local K-12 public…Continue
Added by Syd Carr on August 23, 2016 at 23:00 — No Comments
Added by Granny on August 19, 2016 at 10:33 — No Comments
A friend asked me to make a sheath for his leuku, because he didn't like the old one. And there it is:…Continue
Added by Kiril Mitrashkov on August 15, 2016 at 22:56 — No Comments
And one more hunting knife. This one will hunt in the Great plains of the dining-room and the Valley of the Kitchen.
Shortly after #14 it is time for #15. Actually, I was working on these two brothers at the same time.
At first #15 was planneed to be with one whole piece of acacia for handle, but I decided it was too poor. So I cut the piece in two, removed the metal guard, put two pieces of twisted oak, cut corian guard and heel and added stainless steel spacers. This was assembled and disassembled about 3413873165 times, utill it fitted (almost) as I wanted it to fit.…Continue
The Canadian belt knife is gone to his new owner and it was time to start making the new knife. Since I'm obsessed with the minions - of cource the next knife is a tiny one.
The steel is 1.2379 (D2), hardened up to about 60HRc. Sapele and black corian handle, impregneted with linseed oil and polished with carnauba wax. The sheath is calf blank, oiled with Vaseline to stay soft and to prevent absorbing moisture.
OAL - 160mm, blade only - 70/27/3,7mm.…Continue