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warm weather

Discussion in 'Other Projects' started by shadman, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. shadman

    shadman Member

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    now that its warm actually finishing some
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    5160 steel stacked leather handle with aluminum guardand threaded pommel
     
  2. shadman

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    440cm blades silver liners-super glue soaked shoelace handle slabs
     
  3. Grayzer86

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    That super glue shoelace looks killer. It has a weave look like carbon fiber almost. I am really liking that stacked leather handle as well. I always liked the look of stacked leather but have become more interested in fancy burls and composites lately. Between this one and Metal99s KITH knife, i am starting to fall back in love with the leather. I will have to get some leather and give one of these a try some time soon. Is the top knife a Moran grind? May just be the light but it looks like it has a nice convex to it.
     
  4. shadman

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    good eye-always been a fan of a convex grind
     
  5. Mythtaken

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    Great looking stuff. Always good to see a folder make an appearance. I love the shoelace scales.
     
  6. metal99

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    Nice knives man :) that stacked leather turned out great! What did you treat it with? That shoelace is pretty cool man :)
     
  7. shadman

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    i spray the leather with good old wd40 a couple of times then just buff with white finishing compound
     
  8. metal99

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    Cool man! I will have to try that next time :)
     
  9. shadman

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    i have a two wheel setup for polishing-one for brass and aluminum n another just for woods or leather-lasts longer that way n i dont get the non-ferros residue transfered to my handles-steel i polish on both depending on the angle so i dont lose another finger
     

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