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bigman

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  1. Buddy they look amazing I love anything handmade good luck with your new venture,
  2. Anybody know this one ? The track is about. 20mm by 20mm and 600mm apart
  3. Been scaffolding in it all week , but then us scaffs are hard as nails been told to go home twice by site manager as it's too cold , jog on son
  4. It's a good knife steel I prefere carbon steel to stainless o1 when heat treated correctly can get very sharp and be very tough and it's much easyier to heat treat than the other fancy steels that cost a fortune
  5. Sounds like a billy bargain ,
  6. Cheers Dave , it consumed me for awhile but my boy (jake) was born 5 weeks ago so now there just no time for the shed
  7. Thanks buddy , not a hollow grind iv yet to try one as my machine doesn’t have a big contact wheel ,
  8. Cheers lads , I do love a big Bowie
  9. Thanks lads appreciate the comments
  10. Thanks guys , some say the original Bowie was a carving knife of sorts that's the magic of the Bowie nobody can prove what it was ment to look like there's plenty of interpretation
  11. old trade knife style I made from o1 with etched blade and oak scales
  12. Hunter style knife I made from o1 the spine has some file work ,
  13. Another rustic S guard Bowie I made from o1 tool steel , blades 11 in with a forged guard from a old file, stag handle
  14. Rustic Bowie knife i knocked up few months ago thought I’d share , farriers rasp blade forged to shape with forged guard also from a old file bit of leather and stag for the handle The blades a knats over 12in
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