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Discussion in 'Redmeadow Knives & T.Knotts Knives' started by Redmeadow Knives, Mar 31, 2020.
I worked on them today Shel, they have my fill attention now
Just in time.
I love you man...
Flared the tubing with a couple of field points set in some blocks. Flared out nicely with a little help from a vise. Cross your fingers for the next 5!
These make for nice little flaring dies.
That's awesome John! That handle is looking stellar! (See what I did there? )
You haven't been flaring your previous tube fasteners, have you (like on the pocket blades)?
I don't flare the tubing on the pocket blades, the Nickel Silver is so thick I gouge the walls and let the epoxy bridge.
Thanks for the time it took to answer my stupid question!
Thank you for that picture! Brightening my mood a bit just now, I'm more than a little annoyed after finding out that I might not get to hunt as much as I had planned this season (details in Muskets, Motors, Makers, and Mutts...).
Stellar for shore, starry eyed knight in the making...
Hey now, that's clever! I have a few field points just lying around!
Nice point of interest, John!
I have flaired out tubing in the past by doing a figuring 8 with the belt on my drill press, then using a large bit running backwards to open it up.
I will put your method in my to-do book !
Those look really, REALLY good John!!! 'Cept, I think you mighta forgotten sumpthin on Sheldon's...
Yep, last of the pins next, spine etches and then onto sheaths.
Invisible pins, for the uber stealthy look!
Those look really good John
That's what I'd imagine carbon pins looking like on that one Sheldon, and I likes it!
How'd those handles finish out, John? Any new teaser pics to share?
Both handles are finished, I've got these 2 and 3 cowbells ready for sheaths. Any requests? I'm going to try to get the butt of the handle at or below the belt line.