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Acouple New Ones

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by FORGE, Oct 2, 2017.

  1. FORGE

    FORGE Maker of the Year Best Knife

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    Well it is time to put away the summer toys, fire up the forge and make some steel.
    Here are a couple that I just finished.
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  2. Kevin Cox

    Kevin Cox KC knives

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    Will your off to a good start them two is beautiful. Hard to say witch one I like the best but I think the bottom is just a little nicer :) If I had to pick one.
     
  3. parker

    parker Active Member

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    Wow forge! Those are jaw dropping. Keep up the post I can't wait to see more haha
     
  4. propane_cooker

    propane_cooker New Member

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    Those are phenomenal. What did you use for those handles?
     
  5. FORGE

    FORGE Maker of the Year Best Knife

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    The black one is linen Micarta and the red/black one is G10
     
  6. cuatroXcuatro

    cuatroXcuatro Active Member

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    They are both bootiful!
     
  7. Foster J

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    Very nice as always.
     
  8. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    What is that pattern? Super cool!
     
  9. FORGE

    FORGE Maker of the Year Best Knife

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    Dan they are both twisted crushed W's but the big one has like 3 distinct sections, top,middle and the bottom.
    Don't ask how it happened because I don't know. It seems every time you forge a piece the pattern is different even though it is done the same.
    If you make it a little thicker,give it a few more twists or flatten it more the pattern changes.
    That is what makes forging interesting, you never get the same thing twice.
     
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