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Thread: The "S" in guard

  1. #11
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    That turned out great Raymond, very nice knife and sheath.


  2. #12
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    Gorgeous set, Ray! There's something especially about the sheath that really gets me... Not sure what it is but I really like it. The way the sheath and knife "fit" together visually has something to do with it. All that to say you nailed this one. ...Course...that's nothing to be surprised about. : )

  3. #13
    Awesome Ray! That sheath looks freakin great, really sets off that beautiful knife. Thanks for showing how you form your S guards. Since I've only ever used brass for such things, I've just cut and ground out of a solid piece. Now that I've snagged that wagon wheel rim from my wife's garden, I'm going to try some fancy guards and ferrules in the future. This will work great for me! Thanks.
    Dave

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  4. #14
    Some day I'm just going to get on a plane and come out there and learn how to make those sheaths. That's all there is to it. Sheesh.
    Dave

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  5. #15
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    Dave, Just force yourself to think simple and you'll be able to figure out the sheaths. I think I'm actually doing stuff I was first introduced to in 1st grade. Maybe a little different form but not far from what I learned then. You got any vacation time coming up?

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  6. #16
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    Today must be tomorrow. Its finished! Big blades seem to always have more scratches than smaller blades. Why is that?


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  7. #17
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    That looks great Ray.
    Are you gonna make it to the OKCA show this year?
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  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benr.t View Post
    That looks great Ray.
    Are you gonna make it to the OKCA show this year?
    I won't have a table but do plan to be there maybe around noon on Saturday. Not sure if I will go on Sunday. I don't have to.
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  9. #19
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    Very very nice looking knife Ray. I enjoy looking at it...wish it were here.
    Eric Troyer
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  10. #20
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    Looks great! Looks like you threw some bronze in with the fittings. Did you do that on the original Midnight Fighter?

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