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Old 09-05-2012, 04:46 AM   #371
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I'm thinking about handles any easy ideas besides para cord .... I thought the shape was cool its sharp now ...

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New order for fun cold steel GI tanto looks cool I also got glow hand scales... I think for the price it's awesome ...

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Old 09-05-2012, 08:25 PM   #373
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I'm thinking about handles any easy ideas besides para cord .... I thought the shape was cool its sharp now ...
What about wood its easyer than u think. And the right grain would set the blade off. It looks really good.
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What about wood its easyer than u think. And the right grain would set the blade off. It looks really good.
I had a friend that just bought the blank from me 2 day for $20 he liked it and he said he might mix tape and para cord , I said make a good handle from something ... But thanks I'll try that on my next one I have been doing para cord but not so good. I have a couple that need handles how could I go about attaching wood grips 2 it just a bolt and nut or what... I'm making them from saw blades so not high quality... Just simple DIY projects...
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I would use aluminum pins to attach the grips and jb weld. It works better that anything else I've tried. Use the regular stuff and let it sit in a vise overnight. Saw blades make good knifes if they are decent steel and u don't get them to hot when grinding and sanding them.
Here is a few of a simple set I built.

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This wood is from a old oak shipping pallet I had at home.

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Thanks I'm still looking for mabe a cheaper method no welding gear and mine don't look that good lol I crapped 1 out of a blade for fun 1 day lol with para cord . Lol I'm just BS'ing for fun...

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Passed down from ,grandpa , dad, me .... I love this one I used the heck out of it hunting as a kid... Still looks nice...

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R3, that's a nice Knife. And awesome that it has family history.

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R3, that's a nice Knife. And awesome that it has family history.
Thanks I'm proud of it and I hope one day I'll b able 2 give it 2 a son... It's been sorta like a right of passage but I earned it after I completed basic training my dad gave it 2 me... How he got it I'll never no lol ... But it's a good one it's has cleaned many deer and squirrels ....
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A few of my blades..,





















There is more, but that'll do for now.

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