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Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by shadman, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. shadman

    shadman Member

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    anyone else crazy enuf to lose some finger tips-fun way to get rid of some scraps
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  2. Grayzer86

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    Those are awesome. Looks like a pile of work into the poll hawk. i really like the bowie at 3:00 and the sharpfinger style at about 8:00. have you tried heat treating any of them?
     
  3. Mythtaken

    Mythtaken Staff Member CKM Staff

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    Those are great. They remind me of a thread we had quite a while ago..
    Here it is
     
  4. Rob W

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    yup I'm eyeballing the sharpfinger too !!
     
  5. shadman

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    that little sharp finger is a copy of the first knife i made 34 years ago-any notice the one on the quarter?
     
  6. shadman

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    most are heat treated though dont generally sharpen most
     
  7. shadman

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    here is that knife-first"real knife" i ever made.made from an old seeder disc-a type of oil hardening steel with a walnut slab handle from an old piece of furniture.knife was used extensivly so i know it worked
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  8. Fred/A

    Fred/A Active Member

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    Some really nice work with these tiny blades, really impressive. It surely take lot of patience to realize such little knives.
     
  9. metal99

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    I don't know if my brain could handle that strain! Great job! Where did you find such a small antler base for that bowie at 3:00?
     
  10. shadman

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    actually it is a fine tip of an antler-just carved with a dremel
     
  11. metal99

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    Ahhh makes sense lol.
     
  12. Greg

    Greg New Member

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    Thats amazing. I don't think my big fat fingers would physically let me make something that intricate and detailed. Very cool.
     

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