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Thread: Tiller tines

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    Awesome Ray! I like the way you've changed up your handle a bit, it all still flows like a Richard knife. Great sheath too. I wish I was smart enough to copy you. Good going, thanks for sharing the pics.
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  2. #12
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    Dang Ray , you make an awesome knife , I really admire you.
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    Hi Ray, I was thinkin 01 steel also, as they use it for grader blades I believe. Gotta be good abrasion resistant and reasonsbly priced steel for all the work they do with it. I've got some grader blades I cut pieces off of for cutoff hardies. Gotta forge a blade from it some day. Hey that is one dried out lookin pretzel there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Brandt View Post
    Hi Ray, I was thinkin 01 steel also, as they use it for grader blades I believe. Gotta be good abrasion resistant and reasonsbly priced steel for all the work they do with it. I've got some grader blades I cut pieces off of for cutoff hardies. Gotta forge a blade from it some day. Hey that is one dried out lookin pretzel there.

    Marty, I've got a blade that may have come off a grader. Haven't done a thing with it but have always thought "S" series steel was the norm for that kind of use.



    As for the pretzel Its actually a cross cut piece of moose antler. I was surprised at how solid it was in the middle. It is pretty dry.

    Was Eric able to help you with your sheath questions? How about a picture of it if you have it done.......
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