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Old 02-01-2010, 12:56 PM
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That's bloody amazing mate may try it one time however it may be a disaster


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Just looking at the pics, how cool is that blade, excellent tutorial...Cheers for posting it.

Also does anyone have any other designs as Im def going to attempt this one and fancy doing a few more.

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Great work guys, and great tutorial :thumbup:

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That's what I did on my first damascus, a blade I bought from Swordman39, a great craftsman from IdahoFalls (TwoFingersKnife).
I had some difficulties in finding blade shaped needle files.. Anyway, i did it! All you see ( brass plates and front/rear Aisi304 steel bolsters) were hand filed and wet/dry sanded.
Work in progress..

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Excellent work, thanks for sharing


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That's the actual status.. Still some sanding to do on bolsters to erase rivets..


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That's what I did on my first damascus, a blade I bought from Swordman39, a great craftsman from Idaho.
I had some difficulties in finding blade shaped needle files.. Anyway, i did it! All you see ( brass plates and front/rear Aisi304 steel bolsters) were hand filed and wet/dry sanded.
Work in progress..

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Very well executed, looks like one of my own knives

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