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Beating The Winter Blues With A Kitchen Carver

Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by Rob W, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. Rob W

    Rob W Active Member

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    Copper bolsters burly handle, brass and micarta pins........

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  2. stevebates

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    Very nice Rob!!! Love the look of that knife but it might look a little lonely in the kitchen by itself...lol! Beautiful work as ways!
     
  3. shadman

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    nice look to the overall package-dont know why you got the winter blues-looks nice there-up to my armpits in snow here
     
  4. Rob W

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    thanks guys
     
  5. Foster J

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    I really like the look of this knife. Neat design and well executed.
     
  6. Icho-

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    Very nice Rob. I've been wanting to try out texturing a blade to see what I get.
     
  7. metal99

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    Thumbs up! Looks awesome man. I'll trade you winters any day :)
     
  8. donnymac250

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    wow very nice rob , if you dont mind me asking . whet do you use to get your handles to shine like that .
     
  9. Rob W

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    hey Don good to see you here, thanks, this is just a couple coats of Danish Oil and a light polish
     
  10. donnymac250

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    ok ,ive tried car wax with carnauba in it , but not getting thats nice glass shine look as your knife handles have .i will try to track some of that oil in k town next week .
     
  11. Grayzer86

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    Every single Danish oil I have found is tinted some stupid color. Is yours clear and where did you manage to find it?
     
  12. MarkJeffrey

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    Wooowwwwwzers!! That is a beautiful knife. Is the blade hammered or do you dremel the texture? amazing.
     
  13. donnymac250

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    hello grayzer . i looked at the home depot website , and they sell danish oil there, in many colors . they also have it in natural color ..
     
  14. victor follington

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    wow great work rob! love the copper always nice to see it used on a knife and you pulled it off perfectly cheers.
     

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