Bob Dozier has posted a couple of Knife Kits recently:
The butcher with the sharpest knife has the warmest heart.
That's pretty interesting. I really like his knives and D2 makes a great steel for skinning.
Thanks for posting.
So it comes with the scales, blade and pins, and you put it together?
I prefer the micarta scaled kit over coco bolo just for its grippyness (is that a word?), but like the looks of the coco bolo
pardon any typos...fat fingers and smart phones don't always play well together
|Little ray |
I assume you can take it apart, but I don't know for sure. Maybe the slabs are already glued down.
You, obviously, still have to shape the handle.
The fish is mute, expressionless. The fish doesn't think because the fish knows everything.
|Throwin sparks |
The bolts (pins) are tightened then sanded down to remove the slot and make a smooth pin. Afterwards, disassembly would be over, epoxy should be used first. Corby bolts they are!
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