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Old 04-29-2011, 05:37 AM   #1
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Default Knives I have made.

These started as flat stock.

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Old 04-29-2011, 09:41 AM   #2
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They look good. Are the cutting edges tempered?

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Looks good. What type of steel did you use?

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ATS 34. Top one sent to Paul Bos for heat treat, he does Bucks heat treatment, bottom two done by a local knifemaker. Heat treating stainless takes more equipment than I have.

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Nice work. I especially like the top drop point. What type of bone is that and how did you seal it?

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I am digging the top one. If you decide to part with it, lemme know.

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ATS 34. Top one sent to Paul Bos for heat treat, he does Bucks heat treatment, bottom two done by a local knifemaker. Heat treating stainless takes more equipment than I have.

Did you take it down with a file or with a grinder/sander?
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Cool beans, FF.

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Belt sander. Sears 2"x48". They don't seem to be selling them anymore. And a Delta 1x30.

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Free, those are great looking knives. Nothing beats hand made steel.

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