Originally Posted by griffin81
It should. Just take your time and be patent on your first few builds its a addictive hobby trust me. And when u sell a few it get to be like a business. but if u like it and have good buyers it's rewarding and cool to know something u built is being used and has a good chance to be passed down and still being used after your dead and gone.
I put a protective coat of Krylon on the blade and today I hope to stain the grips, then tomorrow I will put on the edge and hopefully assemble it.