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A nice surprise!

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Canis Lupus, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. Canis Lupus

    Canis Lupus New Member

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    Hello all,

    I just found you guys today...a nice surprise to find a Canadian knife making forum!!
    I started making scandinavian knives a year or so ago and have been hooked ever since. Looking forward to learning a lot from this forum, and contributing when I can (still a noob).

    Here's a pic or two of some knives I've done in the past. Comments and constructive criticisms always welcome. (just the handle work...i haven't tried forging my own blades yet).

    All the best!
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  2. Mythtaken

    Mythtaken Staff Member CKM Staff

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    Welcome to CKM! We're glad to have you.

    Nice looking knives, especially the second one. I've always had a soft spot for Scandis. If I made fixed blade knives, I'd definitely start with one of those.

    When you're ready to take a shot at making blades, we've got lots of experience around here, both in forging and stock removal.
     
  3. Rob Holm

    Rob Holm New Member

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    I really like the Swiss Army Knives (a personal weakness), but great job all around. What steel are your Enzos?
     
  4. SVanderkolff

    SVanderkolff New Member

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    Canis
    Why not bring some of your knives out to the Canadian Knifemakers Guild show in Toronto on March 10, and 11. We would love to talk knives with you. It is at the Four Points Sheraton on Airport Road. Is that tulip wood on the second folder? nice
    Steve Vanderkolff
     
  5. Splash

    Splash New Member

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    Nice job. I really like your finishing work, looks like lots of sanding. Do you make sheaths also?

    I have just begun to appreciate scandi's this last year or two, and have made one bushcraft knife so far with my home made filing jig. I've been eyeing those enzo trappers also, but landed up getting a folder (the Birk) which I needed for carrying around all the time.

    There is lots of knowledge on this forum which I've begun to tap into this last year.
     

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