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  1. bladegrinder

    Old hog hunt video

    As Tony the tiger would say.....Theeeerrre GREAT! Small ones anyway!, I would say any wild hog under #170 or so are great eating. there's lots of ways to cook them to change things up if needed.
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    A couple Alabama Damascus hunters...

    I ain't that young Mr. B, I'm hitting 61 next Monday :D did you have any fires near your place during this round? seems like the whole west coast is burning up.
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    A couple Alabama Damascus hunters...

    Here's a couple Alabama Damascus hunters I recently finished... this first one has stabilized Box Elder burl scales with nickel silver pins and lanyard hole This one has Bocote scales with Desert Ironwood bolsters, nickel silver pins and lanyard hole. Thanks for looking :D
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    Old hog hunt video

    I got this big boy with a 7mm WSM.
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    Old hog hunt video

    and here's the .58 I'll be using this year...
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    Old hog hunt video

    Here's a picture of another one I got with that same rifle.
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    Old hog hunt video

    Actually, and I hate to say it but that muzzleloader has a scope on it :(, I know that's blasphemy but that gun has a long range Green Mountain barrel on it. it's a 200 yrd rifle. one hunt spot I have is a good 130 yard shot so I tote that one there during muzzleloader season. my others have...
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    Help with stop pins

    Aikenn, this thread is three years old, you should post a new thread with your question about bolsters, but the way I do it is with 0-80 screws thru the bolster into the liners. my stop pins are 3/32 hardened pins that sit flush with the liners. I use pivot pins that use 4-40 buttonhead screws...
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    Old hog hunt video

    I found an old video of a hog I shot back in 2010. I shot it with a .50 muzzleloader, it's not graphic and there's no blood so I thought it would be ok to post. Tracy if you find this video offensive to the forum please delete it. I still remember that day, it was early morning and in the low...
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    Large piece of Bubinga

    That looks really light colored for Bubinga Sean. I’d give that a hard look before buying it.
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    Belt knife...

    Thanks CD, their easier to finish flush with what ever handle material your using too.
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    Damascus & ironwood flipper

    Beautiful linerlock John, are you using bronze washers in that knife?
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    Metal lathe...

    We could just eat at my place, I got some venison and squirrel in the freezer.
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    Metal lathe...

    Bring Newsome with you, I’ll show him a good ol Florida ars whipping:D
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    Metal lathe...

    Yep I-10 then turn right before I-10 ends. Once you make it to my place we’ll have to drive another 30 miles to the nearest restaurant though.
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    Metal lathe...

    I was just about to ask you Bruce if you’d drive down here and pick it up for me, you know…save me some gas money ol bud. I’ll buy you lunch.
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    Metal lathe...

    Thanks Jesse, I gave an offer. It might be a few days to find out if it was excepted.
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    Belt knife...

    Thanks guys, 1/16" pins is about all I use for pins Ken. I always thought bigger pins detract from the scales themselves and brought the eyes to the larger pins more so that the actual handle material.
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    Metal lathe...

    I have a chance to pick this up from an estate thru a friend. I can't make out the brand but I see a WT which makes me think it's Wholesale Tool branded. looking on the internet there's machines just like it going for around $1500.00 it's coming from a hobbyist shop, the owner recently passed...
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    a few knives and sheaths...

    I'm not a big fan either Doug. I think the...wow-cool factor of zipping open an animal is what attracts people to them. personally I've only found them useful for skinning out legs on an animal but properly using a drop point blade upside down does the same thing. I make them once in a while but...
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